: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Two Years After Crimea: The Evolution of a Political Regime


The system, its leader, and the popular majority formed after Crimea will survive the 2018 presidential election. The existing regime is incapable of democratization. At the same time it is dangerous to ratchet up repression. The government is trying to encourage inertia, but this is becoming increasingly difficult after Crimea, Donbas, Syria, and Turkey. Aggression is self-perpetuating. …read more

Source: Carnegie Moscow Center

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