Vladimir Putin

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Russian statesman chosen as president of the Russian Federation in 2000

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But I'm not saying this just as a, sort of, British land grab to snatch the World Cup from under Vladimir Putin's nose.
VLADIMIR Putin's spokesman sums up exactly what David Cameron and his Coalition Government have done to this country.
DAVID Cameron answered Vladimir Putin's jibe that 'Britain is a small country nobody listens to' with a passionate speech about Britain's contribution through the ages.
Strictly speaking, the style of Vladimir Putin's Ukrainian policy can be described as "pragmatism of the strong towards the weak", but that's no help for the Ukrainian leadership.
On the other hand, if Vladimir Putin's return is expected with fear, the hypothetical variant of the revolutionary "Arabic-like" chaos causes well-founded fear.
World democratic opinion has yet to realize the alarming implications of President Vladimir Putin's State of the Union speech on April 25, 2005, in which he said that the collapse of the Soviet Union represented the "greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century.
So to some observers inside and outside Russia, President Vladimir Putin's announcement in September that he was overhauling the nation's political system and further curtailing democratic reforms as a response to the terrorist attack on a school in Beslan came as less than a shock.
To President Vladimir Putin's credit, Moscow has stopped seeking a multi-polar international system and has given priority to domestic development over foreign aggrandizement.
com/reports/c27397) has announced the addition of The Oil Map of Russia and Vladimir Putin's Second Term to their offering.
Dobrinka Raychinova, a graduate of the Moscow State University "Mihail Lomonosov", with degrees in engineering, and linguistics, says she has traced Vladimir Putin's descent to the town of Chiprovtsi in Northwestern Bulgaria, back to the 17th century.
As a result 21% of Russians can be attributed to Vladimir Putin's opponents of various degrees of radicalism.
Thus there are many who will be surprised to learn that Vladimir Putin's Russia has applied for membership in the 57-member Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC).
This development gives a significant boost to the project, ahead of Russian PM Vladimir Putin's visit to Serbia and Slovenia to negotiate on it.
Writing in the Fall 2000 issue of The National Interest, shortly after Putin was appointed to succeed Yeltsin, Brzezinski noted: "President Vladimir Putin's new team is composed of individuals who, with no exception, could now be serving in the higher echelons of the Soviet government (particularly the KGB) if the Soviet Union still existed.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's visit to Sofia has produced a real social impact, with initiatives both pro- and against him in the Bulgarian capital.