Worldcrunch Magazine #40 — On The Way Out? After The Wagner Mutiny, Glimpses Of A Post-Putin Future
July 3 - July 9, 2023
This is the latest edition of Worldcrunch Magazine, a selection of our best articles of the week from the best international journalists, produced exclusively in English for Worldcrunch readers.
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The cover story, by Boris Grozovsky for Russian news website Important Stories/Vazhnyye Istorii, hihglights how Russian President Vladimir Putin is being criticized for not "behaving like a real commander-in-chief" during the Wagner Group's short-lived insurrection — evidencing some cracks in the authoritarian leader's regime.
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Table of Contents
“How I Saved Putin” — Lukashenko Pushes For Power Broker Role | Kommersant By Vladimir Solovyov
Behold The Dress Rehearsal For Post-Putin Russia | Vazhnyye Istorii By Boris Grozovsky
The 30-Year Reign Of Rydzyk, Poland’s Controversial Televangelist | Worldcrunch By Katarzyna Skiba
Erdogan III & Europe: Is There Any Future For Turkey In The EU? | Diken By Bahadır Kaynak
How The Human Body Could Adapt To The Extreme Heat Of Climate Change |Les Echos By Jacques Henno
The Creepy Men Who Film Women On China’s Subways | The Initium By Ma Biyu
Yeah, Whatever: In Defense Of The Passive Aggressive | Die Welt By Peter Praschl