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The world is made up of leaders who get to choose a break and followers who don’t
Why Narendra Modi should be wary of Vladimir Putin
Narendra Modi could be the one who can tell the world that strength and popularity do not necessarily breed autocracy
The tragedy of a country caught between history and geography
No autocrat as sanguineous as Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin is at work today, and it’s nostalgia that drives his extraterritorial ambition.
He could rule for a further 12 years, which would make his a 22-year-rule
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