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The Russian president's landmark speeches, interviews and policies borrow heavily from great Russian thinkers past and present, from Peter the Great to Dostoevsky and Solzhenitsyn. They offer powerful visions of strong leaders and the Russian nation: they value conservatism and the Slavic spirit. They root morality in Orthodoxy, and Russian identity in the historic struggl The Russian president's landmark speeches, interviews and policies borrow heavily from great Russian thinkers past and present, from Peter the Great to Dostoevsky and Solzhenitsyn. They offer powerful visions of strong leaders and the Russian nation: they value conservatism and the Slavic spirit. They root morality in Orthodoxy, and Russian identity in the historic struggle with the West. Today, Putin manages and manipulates those same ideas in his 'defense' of 130 million ethnic Russians against the world. With the annexation of Crimea, the war in Syria and shock election results across the West, the challenge of decrypting his worldview has become more pressing than ever. From a Eurasian Union to a new Russian Empire, this is a revealing tour of Kremlin doctrine and strategy, viewed through its philosophical roots.


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The Russian president's landmark speeches, interviews and policies borrow heavily from great Russian thinkers past and present, from Peter the Great to Dostoevsky and Solzhenitsyn. They offer powerful visions of strong leaders and the Russian nation: they value conservatism and the Slavic spirit. They root morality in Orthodoxy, and Russian identity in the historic struggl The Russian president's landmark speeches, interviews and policies borrow heavily from great Russian thinkers past and present, from Peter the Great to Dostoevsky and Solzhenitsyn. They offer powerful visions of strong leaders and the Russian nation: they value conservatism and the Slavic spirit. They root morality in Orthodoxy, and Russian identity in the historic struggle with the West. Today, Putin manages and manipulates those same ideas in his 'defense' of 130 million ethnic Russians against the world. With the annexation of Crimea, the war in Syria and shock election results across the West, the challenge of decrypting his worldview has become more pressing than ever. From a Eurasian Union to a new Russian Empire, this is a revealing tour of Kremlin doctrine and strategy, viewed through its philosophical roots.

21 review for Inside the Mind of Vladimir Putin

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kremlin

    Short and sweet, offered some new information in terms of Putin's philosophical interests. Fairly organized read. I didn't agree with the statement that Putin served the Communist regime for the first forty years of his life, because infants, toddlers and teenagers are not servants to a political state, they merely exist within it. Putin's service did not start until after he graduated university, and with the collapse of the USSR in 1991 that is NOT forty years as the author claimed. But I'm a Short and sweet, offered some new information in terms of Putin's philosophical interests. Fairly organized read. I didn't agree with the statement that Putin served the Communist regime for the first forty years of his life, because infants, toddlers and teenagers are not servants to a political state, they merely exist within it. Putin's service did not start until after he graduated university, and with the collapse of the USSR in 1991 that is NOT forty years as the author claimed. But I'm a technical nerd when it comes to Putin, so. Overall good read, would recommend.

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