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This inside look of Russia after the fall of Communism and the (dangerous) rise of Vladimir Putin to the head of this dying thugocracy is one of the best books written about modern day Russia. The author /5(5). Correspondent Nick Schifrin and producer Zach Fannin take us inside Vladimir Putin’s Russia, with an in-depth look at the resurgent national identity, the government’s propaganda machine, the. Putin's Russia is one that is unseen and virtually unfathomable to western readers - especially those that haven't spent a lot of time on the ground outside of Moscow or St. Petersburg. 4/5. 'Putin Country' Offers A Glimpse Inside 'Real' Russia Veteran foreign correspondent Anne Garrels takes us deep inside Russia, where citizens struggle with a shaky economy and widespread .
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'Inside Putin's Russia': Restoring an Empire. January 2, • NPR's Jennifer Ludden talks with Andrew Jack, outgoing Moscow bureau chief for the London-based Financial Times newspaper, about. Inside Putin\'s Russia digs behind the rumors and speculation, illuminating Putin\'s character and the changing nature of the Russia he leads. It highlights some of the more troubling trends as he . I was looking for a book to learn more about Russia. Putin Country by Anne Garrels was recommended to me. I listened to an audiobook read by the author. At its high point the book describes the streets, the /5. So my second book, Change in Putin’s Russia, is a kind of overview that embraces things that people like me are especially interested in – the labour movement, the social movement, Chechnya and that kind .