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1 Introduction The arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court ( icc ) in March 2023 against Russian President Vladimir Putin 1 for crimes allegedly committed in Ukraine is momentous. This is because Putin comes from a Permanent Five (P5) member of the UN Security Council ( unsc

In: International Human Rights Law Review

1 Introduction There is a myth that political regime of Vladimir Putin has a large and sustainable public support. That myth is being cultivated and widely spread. Many decisions in Russian domestic and international policy are justified by it. And a vast number of people take it seriously

In: Russian Politics

several phases of this article. Performing Memory: Vladimir Putin and the Celebration of World War II in Russia* Elizabeth A. Wood Professor, History Faculty, M.I.T. Abstract By making World War II a personal event and also a sacred one, Vladimir Putin has created a myth and a ritual that elevates him

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review
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DOI: 10.1163/092598808X262579 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 Review of Central and East European Law 33 (2008) 149-150 Book Review Gerhard Mangott, Dmitrij Trenin, Martin Senn and Heinz Timmermann (eds.), Russlands Rückkehr. Außenpolitik unter Vladimir Putin Wiener Schriften zur

In: Review of Central and East European Law
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Aliide Naylor : The Shadow in the East: Vladimir Putin and the New Baltic Front . I. B. Tauris. London 2020. 242 p. ISBN 9781788312523. This is a book which arose in response to the tide of speculation about whether the Baltic states would be “next” after the Russian invasion of Ukraine in

In: Forschungen zur baltischen Geschichte

-wide political and economic actors ( Mitrokhin 2001 , Gelman 2010). (2) The active involvement of regional elites in the coalition “Fatherland – All Russia”, which lost during the 1999 State Duma elections to the pro-Kremlin bloc “Unity” that was approved by Vladimir Putin ( Golosov 2004 , Hale 2006). (3) The

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review