Why Corruption Rots Countries Like Russia

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Corruption is the atomic unit of Putin’s invasion.

When you break everything down, how he came to power, why Russia’s lagging economy drove him to this disastrous impulse — that’s all it is.

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Quality over quantity. That guy from Quora. Writing out of Tampa, Florida.

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