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According to him, most of Moscow's policy like playing jazz orchestra; The Kremlin constantly improvising, trying to get out of the next crisis, writes Bulgarian political analyst Ivan Krastev in his column for the NY Times.
"After Putin took responsibility for the accession of the Crimea, and received the support of more than 80% of Russia's population, he lost interest in the decision-making mediocre. He wants to be reported all the way down to the smallest detail, but it does not want to engage in household issues "- he quoted Pavlovsky "New time".
Ministers spend hours under Putin's cabinet in anticipation of orders, said the expert, but as a result of the orders do not receive - only listening to Putin. Kremlin Putin will not run, and its uncertainty, which led to war between the various factions, Krastev says.
"According to Pavlovsky, Russia is neither an ideological fighter who seeks to change the world order, nor realist, who is desperately trying to expand its sphere of influence, Putin's Russia is pushing forward the confidence that it has the right to violate international law. In fact, the Russian Federation is believed to be great power is to break the rules with impunity, "- the article says.
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