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Five priorities for a resurgent Russia

As Russia commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, it sees an opportunity to revise its standing with both the US and the EU - as an equal.

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Even though the Soviet Union rose and fell during the past 100 years, Russia itself is alive and well today. President Vladimir Putin is using his country's sense of history and proud national identity to re-establish its prominence not militarily, but economically.

ONE hundred years after the Russian Revolution, the tsars and the USSR may be gone, but Russia itself is alive and well.

As Russia commemorates the 100th anniversary of the revolution, a major geopolitical event that shaped much of the 20th century, it is easy to imagine its citizens

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