War, economy could weaken Putin’s place as leader

Posted on AllSides April 10th, 2022
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(Grigory Sysoev, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)
ANALYSIS

With the Russian military in retreat from around Kyiv and facing condemnation for brutal tactics, harsh political repression at home and the economy buffeted by Western sanctions, adversaries and allies alike are raising the same question about President Vladimir Putin: Can he hold onto power?

The answer: For now, but maybe not forever.

After 22 years in power, Putin has built a powerful phalanx of loyalists who surround him, both in the Russian military and the secret services. He also has significant support among the Russian people, who are steeped...

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