Terrorism undercuts Putin's political agenda

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Baev, Pavel K. (2024) Terrorism undercuts Putin's political agenda, Eurasia Daily Monitor (1–2). 1 April.

Russia currently maintains the advantage on the Ukrainian battlefield. Still, a change in fortunes is increasingly probable—not only because of the new surge in Western support for Ukraine but also because of the degradation of Russia’s newly militarized economy and traumatized society. The presidential “election” has depleted rather than improved support for the war, and the next spasm of crisis may trigger a chain reaction that leads to a complete meltdown.

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