Geopolitics: Russia as a global player
Riches from oil and gas bought Russia time to delay radical economic reforms. But the country now has to face the hard truth about its shambolic state, writes GIS expert Professor Stefan Hedlund
IN the glory days of its Soviet incarnation, Moscow was the capital city of a superpower with truly global reach.
Its nuclear arsenal combined with its very substantial conventional armed forces to ensure that Russia simply could not be ignored.
To members of the Soviet elite, the associated sense of being superior to China and on a ...
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