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Putin’s People: How the KGB Took Back Russia and Then Turned on the West

6 mins | Apr 25, 2020
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Catherine Belton's riveting account traces an underestimated officer's rise to the Kremlin. Peter Frankopan reviews the book 'Putin's People: How the KGB Took Back Russia and Then Turned on the West', by former FT Moscow correspondent Catherine Belton. Leaving "no stone unturned in her exposition of how the Russian president and his 'people'," Frankopan marvels at both Belton's work and Putin's rise to the top of the Russian state.
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