Robert Orttung 01 Aug 2016
(Co-authored with Sufian Zhemukhov) Russia’s recent prominence in the Olympics and Democratic Party hacking scandals reminds us of Putin’s 2007 complaint that since the death of Mahatma Gandhi, he has no one to talk to. Paraphrasing Gandhi, Putin could say that if you can’t change yourself, change the world. Recently, he has applied this logic to the Olympics and the international system. Putin lives in a world where there are few...

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