“Putin in his own words: Russia’s president speaks his mind on international relations, politics, society, business & leadership”
Making use of Russian government archives, this objective choice of remarks and declarations by Russian president Vladimir Putin traces the development of his believing from the year 2000 to the present on a wide array of worldwide, political, social, and economic subjects. The last chapter provides insights by Putin into his life and concepts of management. We see Putin making candid observations about Russia and its people, sparring with reporters and human rights activists, at the same time challenging and admiring Europe and the United States while setting out his vision as a practical conservative leader intent on developing his nation and safeguarding its interests in the world. A reference book for trainees of global affairs and the general public. Are the media being fair on Putin? Read him for yourself and comprise your own mind.
About the Author
Daniel Sochor, BA (Russian Studies), JD, is an American lawyer who has followed events in Russia since his student days at Leningrad State University in the 1980s. “A person who hears only one side of the case knows little of that.”