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Governing Russia
After the Crimean Consensus

Russia’s “managed democracy” is still far from competitive, but it’s experiencing increased political friction as stakeholders demand more concessions from the Kremlin.

Published on: January 2, 2019
Aaron Schwartzbaum is the founder of BMB Russia, a daily news brief and blog on Russia’s politics and economy backed by the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI).
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