Russia will go in the footsteps of the Soviet Union.
Russia’s future is in danger of collapse, and scenarios can be different – the main issue will be annexed territory. This opinion was expressed in an interview with radio Liberty, Putin’s former adviser Andrei Illarionov.
In his opinion, today’s Russia will go the way of the Russian Empire in the early twentieth century and the Soviet Union.
“Of course (break up – ed.). The process is incomplete. Just the Russian Federation is the largest fragment of the Russian Empire. This process began in the early twentieth century. This was the first stage was the second stage (the collapse of the Soviet Union – ed.). There will be a third. Maybe no one else will. Of course, it will. And it is also difficult to imagine as it was hard to imagine some 30 years ago that the Soviet Union would disintegrate. How can it be – apart? Impossible! Disintegrate,” said Illarionov.
He believes that Russia now included areas that are unable to be with her for a number of reasons.
“There is a separate territory within the current borders of the Russian Federation, are not comparable, which cannot be combined with other territories. Obvious example is Chechnya. Standards cultural, religious, any anything – they are incompatible. Scenarios may be different, because modern Russia has concentrated a huge amount of controversy, crises. National-ethnic and ideological is one of the most important, because if you ask Russian citizens, where the boundaries of Russia, they will give many different answers. People have different ideas about where Russia ends. Because Russia is different. Russia – ethnic. Russia – legal. Russia – Imperial,” – said Illarionov.
As told earlier, the Russian scientist, Professor, head of the expert group “OWL” and a member of the public Council of the House of free Russia in Kiev, Mikhail Savva, the re-election of Vladimir Putin as President in 2018 will bring Russia to collapse. In his opinion, Russia is facing the secession of several regions and socio-political turmoil because of the current Russian leader.
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