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Different attitudes of Russian patriots reflect the dilemma facing Putin

When Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin was killed in a plane crash near Moscow last month, Russian propagandists were quick to seek a foreign culprit. But external observers soon agreed that his death was revenge by the Kremlin for his attempted insurgency in June. It was also a signal to the Russian elites: being loyal means abstaining from defying Vladimir Putin. Discontent can no longer be hidden beneath patriotism.

Contrary to what Russia’s military commanders had initially hoped, Kyiv did not fall after three days or even a month. The war against Ukraine has dragged on, and Russian…

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