The Humiliation That Pushed Vladimir Putin To Recast Russia’s Global Image

Vladimir Putin when he was a colonel in the KGB.
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I read books and write short stories, essays, excerpts from them. You can connect with me at bibliophilejournalist@gmail.com.

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