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Putin Is Not Smiling
The Kremlin Fears American Disorder More Than It Celebrates It
By
Anna Arutunyan

June 17, 2020
Riot police in Moscow, Russia, March 2015
Sergei Karpukhin / Reuters
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ANNA ARUTUNYAN is a Russian American writer and analyst and the author of The Putin Mystique.
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