Putin has only begun to use the enormous coercive power he has at his disposal, and as he blames the Americans his motive for interference in the U.S. grows.
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Pamela McClintock on Twitter: "#OnceUponATimeInHollywood hits $100M at the U.S. box office this wknd, while opening in Russia, its 1st foreign market, to a career-best $7.7M following Quentin Tarantino’s Moscow press gaggle & Kremlin last week https://t.co/qDZ0doJpko… https://t.co/k3Gwgbmc4D"
Henry Foy on Twitter: "Russians feel the pain of Vladimir Putin’s regime - how growing disappointment fuels Moscow’s protests, and insecurity fuels the Kremlin’s violent response. A @FinancialTimes #longread https://t.co/0BCKzsbMl9"
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