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Putin

Vladimir (Vladimirovich). born 1952, Russian statesman; president of Russia from 2000
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And while the West may be horrified by his regime's involvement in the US election, the war in Ukraine and even systematic doping in sport, the election result is expected to be a formality, with Putin set to extend his 18 year long stint leading Russia.
Though Putin framed his remarks as a response to the Trump administration's own hawkish pledges to beef up America's nuclear arsenal, technology as complex as Putin described likely has been under development for years.
Strutting off his plane and onto the tarmac of the Hmeimim Air Base in Syria, Vladimir Putin carried himself as a heroic savior descending to survey the lands he's saved.
Russian President Vladimir Putin used his annual marathon press conference yesterday to reinforce his reputation as the country's guarantor of stability.
I order the Defense Ministry and the chief of the General Staff to begin the pullout of the Russian military group to permanent locations," Putin told an audience of military personnel Monday, according to TASS.
In 2012-2018, Putin abandoned any pretence of playing along with the US and its European allies and sought to make it clear to the rest of the world that Pax Americana was ending.
He can be a genius mathematician, a brilliant musician or a soldier, a man who can fight without fear, compassion, regret or pain," Putin said in his speech for the festival's closing ceremony, according to (http://www.
When Boris Yeltsin appointed Vladimir Putin his successor on New Year's Eve 1999, Putin looked weak, shy, and accidental, yet he was anything but.
Joining the KGB in 1975, Putin worked for counterintelligence, catching the eye of his colleagues in foreign intelligence, which led to "foreign postings, action on the front line and access to goods," which helped fuel Putin's desire for authority.
If Putin lives by any motto, it is this: "To my friends, anything; for my enemies, the law.
election are having an effect on how Americans perceive Putin.
He also said he hopes Putin would come to the country.