Podcast: Russia's Looming Ukraine Hangover
Too many shots of Strelkov?
The nationalists are feeling betrayed and they're getting restless. The public is getting nervous about the costs of absorbing Crimea. The elite is getting jittery about the effect of sanctions. And the infighting among the siloviki over the spoils of war is intensifying.
After every party, comes a hangover. And as we all know, hangovers are no fun.
In the latest "Power Vertical Podcast," we discuss Russia's new normal in the wake of the Ukraine crisis.
Joining me are Mark Galeotti, a professor at New York University, an expert on Russia's security services, and author of the blog "In Moscow's Shadows"; Kirill Kobrin, editor of the Moscow-based history and sociology magazine"Neprikosnovenny zapas"; and Sean Guillory of the University of Pittsburgh's Center for Russian and Eastern European Studies and author of "Sean's Russia Blog."
Power Vertical Podcast -- July 11, 2014
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