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Putin has no successor, no living rivals and no retirement plan – why his eventual death will set off a vicious power struggle

By Robert Person, Associate Professor of International Relations, United States Military Academy West Point
Two things are certain concerning Russian dictator Vladimir Putin.

First, he will be reelected as president in the rigged election scheduled to run from March 15 to 17, 2024, by a resounding – if fraudulent – margin.

Second, he is not immortal. He will die one day, and he is likely to die in office rather than retiring willingly. Though we don’t know…The Conversation

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