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The Man Without A Face: The Unlikely Rise Of Vladimir Putin

Masha Gessen

Paperback

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The Man Without A Face: The Unlikely Rise Of Vladimir Putin

Synopsis

A brave and revelatory account of how a small-minded, low-level KGB operative became the most powerful man in the world's largest country. Since coming to power in 1999, Vladimir Putin has ruthlessly seized control of media, exiled or killed political rivals and dismantled Russia's fragile electoral system, transforming Russia once more into a threat to her own people and to the world. Masha Gessen experienced this history first-hand, in the form of death-threats and the murder, exile, and mysterious disappearances of many of her friends and colleagues. She courageously returned to Moscow to report on Putin's alarming ascent, tracking down sources who dared speak to no one else.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781847086310
Category:
Biography: historical, political & military
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
2012-03-01
Publisher:
Granta Books
Country of origin:
GBR
Pages:
400

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