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'Russia loves their martyrs': Could Prigozhin's presumed death lead to another coup?
McFaul: Putin may have let Prigozhin live longer to find ‘traitors inside his government’
Former U.S. Amb. to Russia reacts to Russia state media report on Prigozhin
Fmr. ambassador to Russia ‘surprised’ Putin and Prigozhin met face-to-face
Ukraine’s counteroffensive ‘has been slow going’ but understand ‘this is war’
Fallout from Wagner Group’s failed uprising persists as President Biden heads to the NATO summit
Мятеж Пригожина и гостеприимство Лукашенко | ИТОГИ
Putin faces biggest challenge of his presidency
Full McFaul: Mutiny shows Putin might not be able to escalate Ukraine war
Zelenskyy: 'Bakhmut is only in our hearts'
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Санкции должны остановить эту войну | Майкл Макфол
McFaul: Wagner group leader may be posturing for a political future
Amb. McFaul: Alleged drone attack was ‘not an assassination attempt on Vladimir Putin’
Amb. McFaul: Evan Gershkovich’s release will be decided ‘politically,’ not ‘in a court of law’
Putin will be ‘haunt(ed) for the rest of his life’ by warrant, former ambassador says
Russian fighter jet collides with U.S. drone
Amb. McFaul: Putin ‘doesn’t care about slaughtering his people’ as 1,100 Russians dead in Bakhmut
Former US Ambassador on the Future of Russia and the West's Perspective on the War
Former US Ambassador Michael McFaul spoke to Ekaterina Kotrikadze at the Munich Security Conference. They discussed the presence of Russian opposition voices at the conference, the possible disconnect between Ukraine and the West on the timeline and resources required for the war, the current Western attitude towards Russia, and the possible scenarios that might lead to the end of the conflict.
Michael McFaul: Trip to Ukraine is a 'brilliant move' by Biden
Amb. McFaul: Putin’s Ukraine war comparison is disgusting
Why Vladimir Putin’s Luck Ran Out
For twenty years, the Russian autocrat enjoyed a string of good fortune in coming to power and cementing his rule. He had raised Russia’s standing in the world. Then he invaded Ukraine.
How to Get a Breakthrough in Ukraine | The Case Against Incrementalism
Nearly a year after he invaded Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin has failed to achieve any of his major objectives. He has not unified the alleged single Slavic nation, he has not “denazified” or “demilitarized” Ukraine, and he has not stopped NATO expansion. Instead, the Ukrainian military kept Russian troops out of Kyiv, defended Ukraine’s second-largest city, Kharkiv, and launched successful counteroffensives in the fall so that by the end of 2022, it had liberated over 50 percent of the territory previously captured by Russian soldiers that year. In January, Putin removed the