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Michael Khodarkovsky: “Sweeping history under the rug does not save the country from future problems”


As Vladimir Putin is about to be re-elected for another presidential term thus becoming one of the longest serving Russian leaders in history, IMR’s Olga Khvostunova sat down with Michael Khodarkovsky, Professor of History at Loyola University Chicago, to discuss Putin’s legacy, the lessons of the Russian Revolution, the Russian government’s attempts to whitewash the past, and the country’s outlook for the future. Given the length of this interview, it will be published in two parts. Part one is available below; part two will be released next week. …read more

Source:: Institute of Modern Russia

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