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The article with the headline: 'Putinism' contains a ruthless criticism of the Kremlin’s head regime.

Journalists point out that during Putin's presidency Russia's economy was hit hard. The publication also noted that the Kremlin's head aggression on external fronts is none other than the compensation of internal Russian problems.

“The West must take active measures. After all, Russia does not pretend to offer the world an attractive ideology or vision for the future development of society. Putin wants to create a divided West that has lost faith in its ability to shape the world. In response, the West should be united and firm.”

The article stresses that the Russian intervention in the affairs of other countries and, in particular, in the course of the American presidential elections, is obvious.

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