By Anna Arutunyan
The Putin Mystique takes the reader on a trip in the course of the Russia of Vladimir Putin, named through Forbes journal in 2013 because the strongest guy on the earth. it's a neo-feudal global the place iPads, WTO club, and Brioni enterprise matches disguise an influence constitution instantly out of the center a long time, the place the Sovereign is perceived as either divine and demonic, the place a man’s riches are decided by way of his proximity to the Kremlin, and the place huge swathes of the population reside in precarious complacency interrupted by means of bouts of rebellion. the place does that sort of strength come from? the reply lies now not within the chief, yet within the humans: from the impoverished employee who appeals on to Putin for relief, to the businessmen, protection officials and officers in Putin’s usually dysfunctional govt who glance to their chief for guide and protection.
About the Author
Anna Arutunyan’s paintings has seemed in united states this day, The Christian technology computer screen, The state, overseas coverage in concentration, and The Moscow information, the place she is an editor and senior correspondent. She is writer of The Media in Russia (McGraw- Hill, 2009), and is the co-author (with Vladimir Shlapentokh) of Freedom, Repression and personal estate in Russia (Cambridge college Press, 2013). She has lectured on Russian energy, politics and media at Tampere collage in Finland and at Michigan kingdom University.
A bilingual Russian-American, she was once born within the Soviet Union in 1980 yet grew up and obtained her schooling within the usa. In 2002 she back to Moscow to jot down approximately Russia.
Anna Arutunyan lives in Moscow together with her husband and daughter
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