Vladimir Putin rigged the game against any coup to get rid of him


Dictators are known to be overthrown through a popular uprising or in a coup d’etat. Just a month ago Vladimir Putin maintain good operating mode. Except for the shocks, he can rest assured to wait many years in office. But with the invasion of Ukraine he opened a Pandora’s box with his own hands. All bets are now off. However, while he cannot be ruled out, a palace coup is unlikely in the near future.

It is true that an internal coup remains the most common reason for the downfall of dictators worldwide. In the Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev was overthrown in 1964 in a bloodless coup. In fact, paralleling Putin’s strategic blunder towards Ukraine, one of the reasons Khrushchev was removed was because of his miscalculation that led to the previous Cuban missile crisis. So why is Putin’s removal still unlikely? Vladimir Putin rigged the game against any coup to get rid of him

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