Vladislav Surkov: ‘An overdose of freedom is lethal to a state’
An interview with the architect of Russia’s 'sovereign democracy'. Henry Foy sits down for lunch with Vladislav Surkov, a longtime influential and powerful figure in the Kremlin. They discuss shaping Russia’s managed democracy, why Alexei Navalny is “not acceptable” — and why his former boss, Vladimir Putin, is like a modern Roman ruler.
From Financial Times