Last quote by James Nixey
Brexit surely strengthens the disintegrative processes already underway in the E.U., and therefore is a boon to a Russia. The E.U. is more powerful than any single actor, even Germany, so anything that diminishes a rival in the zero-sum terms in which Russia thinks strengthens the Russian voice in Europe.feedback
James Nixey has most recently been quoted in an article called Berezovsky's long, grinding fight. James Nixey said, “Of course, Putin was not Yeltsin, who was a much weaker man, and so when Putin came in he felt the oligarchs had too much power, and Berezovsky as the leading oligarch in many ways was sidelined, he was made an example.”. James Nixey has been quoted a grand total of 4 times in 3 articles.
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Quotes by James Nixey
Mar 25 2013
Of course, Putin was not Yeltsin, who was a much weaker man, and so when Putin came in he felt the oligarchs had too much power, and Berezovsky as the leading oligarch in many ways was sidelined, he was made an example.feedback
Mar 25 2013
Boris Berezovsky in some ways is the archetypal and original Russian oligarch. He was initially one of the richest. He made his money through cars and through metals and through oil. He was able to force his way through the pack and to become one of the most influential businessmen, and business and politics are very intertwined in Russia. They are now; they were in the 1990s – and he had influence with then President Yeltsin.feedback
Mar 24 2013
Clearly this man – who was once pretty much the richest man in Russia in the 1990s – had lost much of his fortune. We don't really know much about his state of mind, other than hearsay and speculation, but clearly, his fortunes had faded, politically and financially.feedback
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