PUTINS KLEPTOCRACY WHO OWNS RUSSIA

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Putin S Kleptocracy

Author : Karen Dawisha
ISBN : 9781476795201
Genre : History
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The raging question in the world today is who is the real Vladimir Putin and what are his intentions. Karen Dawisha’s brilliant Putin’s Kleptocracy provides an answer, describing how Putin got to power, the cabal he brought with him, the billions they have looted, and his plan to restore the Greater Russia. Russian scholar Dawisha describes and exposes the origins of Putin’s kleptocratic regime. She presents extensive new evidence about the Putin circle’s use of public positions for personal gain even before Putin became president in 2000. She documents the establishment of Bank Rossiya, now sanctioned by the US; the rise of the Ozero cooperative, founded by Putin and others who are now subject to visa bans and asset freezes; the links between Putin, Petromed, and “Putin’s Palace” near Sochi; and the role of security officials from Putin’s KGB days in Leningrad and Dresden, many of whom have maintained their contacts with Russian organized crime. Putin’s Kleptocracy is the result of years of research into the KGB and the various Russian crime syndicates. Dawisha’s sources include Stasi archives; Russian insiders; investigative journalists in the US, Britain, Germany, Finland, France, and Italy; and Western officials who served in Moscow. Russian journalists wrote part of this story when the Russian media was still free. “Many of them died for this story, and their work has largely been scrubbed from the Internet, and even from Russian libraries,” Dawisha says. “But some of that work remains.”
Category: History

Russia And The New States Of Eurasia

Author : Karen Dawisha
ISBN : 0521458951
Genre : History
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The old order of stable political alignments within and between the Soviet republics and their nationalities disintegrated with the collapse of the Soviet Union. Russia and the fourteen new states on its borders must now deal with a new and unpredictable international environment even as they struggle with political and economic chaos at home. Russia and the New States of Eurasia, first published in 1994, focuses on the central role of Russia in this new world and surveys the possibilities for future alignments both among the new states, and between the new states and their neighbours. It identifies the key issues and relationships which will determine the long-term economic growth and political stability of this vast and vital region, and will prove essential reading for students, scholars and policy-makers concerned with the future of the former Soviet Union.
Category: History

The End Of Empire

Author : Karen Dawisha
ISBN : 1563243695
Genre : History
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The collapse of the Soviet Union was part of a tumultuous process of imperial disintegration, new state-building, and potential imperial reconstruction unprecedented in recent decades. The daunting task of understanding the forces now in motion in Eurasia requires historical, comparative, interdisciplinary insights. This volume assembles an interdisciplinary group of scholars to construct, deconstruct, and reconstruct the Soviet empire in the context of Tsarist, Hapsburg, Ottoman, British, French and German precedents. Topics include: imperial development (Bruce Parrott and David Lake); imperial disintegration (Roman Szporluk, Soloman Wank and Michael Fry); peripheral successor states (Mark R. Bessinger, Dankwart A. Rustow, Robert I. Rotberg and Ali A. Mazrui); metropolitan successor states (S. Frederick Starr, Carole Find, Miles Kahler; and prospects (Hendrik Spruyt and Karen Dawisha).
Category: History

The International Politics Of Eurasia

Author : Karen Dawisha
ISBN : 9781315287072
Genre : Business & Economics
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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an Informa company.
Category: Business & Economics

The Legacy Of History In Russia And The New States Of Eurasia

Author : S. Frederick Starr
ISBN : 1563243539
Genre : History
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Battles may be fought on many grounds, including the contested terrain of the past. Despite the ambiguous nature of historical experience, history, as perceived by present actors, can be a potent factor in politics. In this volume historians explore the legacy of Russia's imperial past and the ways that the post-Soviet states are interpreting their destinies in the world arena. The contributors include Edward L. Keenan, Alfred J. Rieber, Romuald Misiunas, Zenon Kohut, Kadir Alimov, Richard Hovannisian, and Tadeusz Swietochowski.
Category: History