The biggest threat to Putin comes from the Kremlin


The chances of a popular uprising against the Kremlin remain slim. A recent survey by Russia‘s independent Levada Center shows 83 percent of Russians approved Wladimir Putin‘s performance as president last month, up from 71 percent in February. Most Russians have minimal access to information outside of state propaganda, and anyone daring to take to the streets faces draconian penalties.

The most likely threat to his rule comes from within the regime. Russia’s history offers some insights. The biggest threat to Putin comes from the Kremlin

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