What if the Russian Military Rebels Against the Kremlin?

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What if the russian military rebels against the kremlin?

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A #Russia without #Putin is the West’s greatest dream. But it does not seem that his regime is close to collapse even if the war in #Ukraine is not developing as the Kremlin would like it to. However, something similar already happened in Russia a century ago. So today we ask: What do Tsarist Russia and Putin’s Russia have in common? Could the war in Ukraine provoke a regime collapse like the one that led to the revolution of 1917?

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