Putinism, Populism and the Defence of Liberal Democracy

  title={Putinism, Populism and the Defence of Liberal Democracy},
  author={Olga Oliker},
  pages={24 - 7}
Although Russia is a contributor to and beneficiary of the current illiberal surge, its causes lie within democratic countries, and solutions must be found at home. 
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