1. Jan. 2014 · Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin (born 7 October 1952) is a Russian politician and former intelligence officer who is the president of Russia, a position he has filled since 2012, and previously from 1999 until 2008. Putin is the second-longest current serving European president after Alexander Lukashenko. Critics call him anti-democratic. Under Putin's leadership, Russia has shifted to authoritarianism. Experts do not consider Russia a democracy, citing the jailing and repression of ...
7. Jan. 2014 · When in September 2013, the Russian President and the Valdai Club members discussed Ukraine’s relations with the West and Russia, hardly anyone could anticipate the magnitude of the crisis that would unfold in Ukraine in just a matter of months. The truly global echo of these events could not be imagined either. A referendum held in Crimea in mid-March 2014 on the issue of its reunification with Russia resulted in an overwhelming ‘yes’ vote. On March 18, 2014, the Federal ...
Vladimir Putin: Munich * Valdai * Crimea - Three Landmark Speeches by the President of Russia. Penulis: Vladimir Putin. ISBN: 9789674306083. Tahun Terbit: 2014. Harga: RM 35.00 / 40.00 (Sabah & Sarawak) Kategori: Umum, Politik. Beli Dalam Talian:
10. Feb. 2022 · Putin said in his Munich speech: "Russia is a country with a history that spans more than a thousand years and has practically always used the privilege to carry out an independent foreign policy."
The Valdai speech of Vladimir Putin is a press-coined name for the speech that the Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered at the Valdai International Discussion Club XI session on 24 October 2014, in Sochi City. The overall meeting's theme was "The World Order: New Rules or a Game without Rules?"
v t e The 2007 Munich speech was given by Russian president Vladimir Putin in Germany on 10 February 2007 at the Munich Security Conference. The speech expressed significant points of future politics of Russia driven by Putin.     Contents 1 Synopsis 2 Response 3 Legacy 4 Follow-ups 5 See also 6 References 7 Links Synopsis [ edit]