Russia’s corruption makes system instable

According to Transparency International, Russia is growing more corrupt even as most other post-communist countries are controlling their corruption. The fundamental dilemma for Russia, and Putin, is that a system so corrupt cannot be very stable, writes Anders Åslund in The Washington Post.

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