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Appeared in: Volume 11, Number 1
Published on: July 30, 2015

Vladimir Putin’s foreign policy can only be understood in the context of the regime’s evolving domestic weakness. Unfortunately, that does not make it less dangerous.

Leon Aron, resident scholar and director of Russian studies at the American Enterprise Institute, is the author, most recently, of Roads to the Temple: Truth, Memory, Ideas and Ideals in the Making of the Russian Revolution, 1987–1991 (Yale University Press, 2012).

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