The world was shocked by Saturday’s events in Russia, and although the coup attempt ended unexpectedly in the evening, it seems certain that nothing will happen again in Russia. There are many questions about Prigozhin’s fate and the future of Putin’s power, and we now present the opinions of three experts familiar with Russian conditions.
- According to American historian Timothy Snyder, the government’s propaganda is now in a very difficult position if it wants to divert attention from what happened.
- According to Sam Green, director of the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), an arms race between elites can lead to violence.
- According to Stalin’s biographer Stephen Kotkin, what Putin feared happened: the alternative suddenly appeared.
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Residents of Rostov pose for a photo in front of the Wagner tanks
Photo: FEODOR LARIN/Anadolu Agency via AFP
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