Yuriy Symcz Putin

Yuriy Symcz Putin - DIPL1101AB March 12, 2007 Outline and...

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DIPL1101AB March 12, 2007 Outline and Annotated Bibliography Explanation of who Putin really is and recent accusations Outline I. Introduction a. Overlook of late Soviet years b. Fall of Soviet Union c. Yeltsin’s presidential terms d. Russia’s stance in the world- “the sick man of Europe” II. Putin a. Putin’s KGB life b. Putin’s start in politics c. Early political and business career d. President Putin and his views e. Foreign and domestic policy III. Unaccepted actions a. Gas cut-off in Europe b. Yuschenko poisoning c. Orange Revolution d. A war through media IV. Accusations a. Alexander Litvinenko b. Chechen school bombing c. Journalist murders d. Putin neither repressive nor democratic… e. Terrorism connection to the Kremlin V. Conclusion
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Bibliography Herspring, Dale R., ed. (2003). Putin's Russia: Past Imperfect, Future Uncertain. Educated scholars give their own view and conclude how Putin will slowly and steadily bring out of the dust and back to the world power status it once had. They also discuss
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