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Although Putin takes over power in the Kremlin in 2000, Russia’s wars have continued after the end of the Soviet Union in 1991 and under Boris Yeltsin’s reign. But with Putin, the army regains its force and momentum. Putin’s vision is to revive the Romanoff and the Stalinist Empire. His wars in Georgia, Chechnya and Ukraine betray the cunning spirit of a secret service man, always ready to lay the blame on Western liberal states, whose growing influence in the East in his view must be stopped.