The great unraveling of Russian President Vladimir Putin could be right around the corner. It won’t be pretty.
Dennis Murphy is a graduate of Johns Hopkins SAIS' Strategic Studies program and a new PhD Student at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. He possesses half a decade of research experience on a broad range of national security topics.
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