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Putin e a Reforma Constitucional na Rússia 
27 | Janeiro | 2020

A 15 de Janeiro, durante o Discurso à Nação, Vladimir Putin anunciou uma reforma constitucional que dará mais poderes ao Parlamento e promoverá o Conselho de Estado de órgão consultivo a órgão Constitucional. O governo de Dmitry Medvedev apresentou de imediato a sua demissão e o presidente da autoridade Fiscal, Michail Mishustin, foi nomeado Primeiro Ministro. A menção, durante o discurso, ao fim da a limitação “a dois mandatos consecutivos” na Presidência lançou o debate sobre o futuro político do Presidente russo.

 



Recursos
| Opiniões & Análises | Editoriais | Notícias

 

Recursos
Who Is Russia's New Prime Minister? [17/01/2020]
Reid Standish & Amy Mackinnon, Foreign Policy

The Resignation of Russia's Government [17/01/2020]
Jeffrey Mankoff & Cyrus Newlin, CSIS

Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly [15/01/2020]
Vladimir Putin, Kremlin

 

Opiniões & Análises
Is Putin looking to hand over power and step aside like Deng Xiaoping? [27/01/2020]
Emilian Kavalski, South China Morning Post

Vladimir Putin’s New Orchestra [27/01/2020]
Ivan Krastev, New York Times

How Putin Controls Russia [24/01/2020]
Isaac Chotiner, The New Yorker

Un nuevo enroque en la política interior de Rusia [24/01/2020]
Mira Milosevich-Juaristi, Elcano

Putin’s succession strategy could be risky. This explains why. [23/01/2020]
Daragh McDowell, Washington Post

Enter Mishustin: The New Russian Prime Minister’s Agenda [23/01/2020]
Anton Tabakh, Carnegie Moscow Center

A Chance to Rethink U.S. Policy Toward Russia [22/01/2020]
Jeffrey Mankoff, The Hill

Russia's Puzzling Moves [21/01/2020]
George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures

Big Changes? Or Maybe Not. Putin’s Plans Keep Russia Guessing. [21/01/2020]
Anton Troianovski, New York Times

Enter Mishustin: The New Russian Prime Minister’s Agenda [21/01/2020]
Anton Tabakh, Carnegie Moscow Center

Russia’s New Prime Minister Augurs Techno-Authoritarianism [21/01/2020]
Joseph W. Sullivan, Foreign Policy

Not President for Life, but Putin Will Hold Power [21/01/2020]
Joseph Dresen, The Hill

Deciphering the moves on Russia’s power chessboard [21/01/2020]
Anuradha M. Chenoy, The Hindu

Putin’s Changes Might Set Russia on the Right Path [20/01/2020]
Sergey Radchenko, Moscow Times

Putin's constitutional reforms could lead to his political demise [20/01/2020]
Roman Dobrokhotov, Al Jazeera

Russia Prepares for New Tandemocracy [20/01/2020]
Tatiana Stanovaya, Carnegie Moscow Center

Putin’s Meaningless Coup [18/01/2020]
Sergei Guriev, Project Syndicate

Putin the Czar Is More Dangerous Than Ever [18/01/2020]
James Stavridis, Bloomberg

Russia’s constitutional changes are designed to perpetuate power of Vladimir Putin’s elite [17/01/2020]
Richard Sakwa, The Conversation

Putin Is Following the Game Plan of Other Autocrats Before Him [17/01/2020]
Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Foreign Policy

Vladimir Putin just staged a constitutional coup. How will Russians react? [17/01/2020]
Vladimir Kara-Murza, Washington Post

Putin Is Planning a Partial Retirement [17/01/2020]
Alexander Baunov, Foreign Policy

Russia's Constitution as a Pawn [17/01/2020]
Alastair Gill, Worldcrunch

Putin’s Cosmetic Constitutionalism [16/01/2020]
William E. Pomeranz, Kennan Institute

What to Expect From Putin’s Shake-Up [16/01/2020]
Stephen Sestanovich, CFR

Will he stay or will he go? Putin’s role will change [16/01/2020]
Kadri Liik, ECFR

Putin's New Plan to Hold Power Forever [16/01/2020]
Leonid Bershidsky, Moscow Times

Vladimir Putin’s naked power grab could have unexpected benefits [16/01/2020]
Yana Gorokhovskaia, The Guardian

Planning for a (Not-So) Post-Putin Russia [16/01/2020]
Andrei Kolesnikov, Carnegie Moscow Center

The Sickening Power of Putin [16/01/2020]
Kyle Smith, National Review

Putinism and Putin's retirement plan [16/01/2020]
Leonid Ragozin, Al Jazeera

Putin's Power Puzzle: Russia's President Loses a Cabinet and Gains an Exit Strategy [16/01/2020]
Nikolas K. Gvosdev, National Interest

With Reshuffle at the Top, the Kremlin Consolidates Russia [16/01/2020]
Pavel Felgenhauer, Eurasia Daily Monitor

Putin’s Top-Down Revolution [16/01/2020]
Maxim Trudolyubov, Wilson Center

What to Make of Putin’s Shake-Up in Russia [16/01/2020]
Candace Rondeaux, World Politics Review

Russian government resignation: what’s just happened and what’s in store for Putin beyond 2024? [16/01/2020]
Graeme Gill, The Conversation

What Putin's Constitutional Shakeup Means [16/01/2020]
Nikolai Petrov, Chatham House

Russia's Cabinet Resigns, Part of Putin's Plan [16/01/2020]
Regina Smyth, The Conversation

Putin Pays Backhanded Tribute to Democracy [16/01/2020]
Leon Aron, The Atlantic

Russia’s prime minister has just resigned. Putin clearly has plans. [15/01/2020]
Timothy Frye, Washington Post

Russia’s Presidential Transition: An Iranian-Kazakh Hybrid [15/01/2020]
Maria Snegovaya, CEPA

Putin Signals Intention to Continue Steering Russia Beyond 2024, but Will He Solve Country’s Structural Problems? [15/01/2020]
Simon Saradzhyan, Russia Matters

Vladimir Putin doesn’t need to be president to stay on top [15/01/2020]
Christian Caryl, Washington Post

Putin Wants a Kazakh Retirement [22/03/2019]
Alexander Baunov, Foreign Policy

How to Understand Putin’s Russia [31/10/2018]
AA.VV., Foreign Affairs

 

Editoriais
Now time for Vladimir Putin to show Russia he cares [22/01/2020]
South China Morning Post

Stay put: on Vladimir Putin's Cabinet reshuffle [21/01/2020]
The Hindu

Putin diseña su continuidad en el poder [18/01/2020]
El Periódico

Putin the Immortal [18/01/2020]
New York Times

Putin: prisa y control [17/01/2020]
El País

Vladimir Putin plots to remain Russia’s puppet master [17/01/2020]
Financial Times

Vladimir Poutine: l’obsession du contrôle [16/01/2020]
Le Monde

How Vladimir Putin is preparing to rule for ever [16/01/2020]
The Economist

Putin and power: he’s not going anywhere [16/01/2020]
The Guardian

 

Notícias
Vladimir Putin to bolster his rule with fake political parties [27/01/2020]
Marc Bennetts, The Times

Russian Lawmakers OK Putin’s Constitutional Proposals [23/01/2020]
Daria Litvinova & Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press

Russian lawmakers to debate Putin's constitution reform [23/01/2020]
France 24

Putin Sends Sweeping Constitutional Amendments to Lawmakers [20/01/2020]
Moscow Times

Putin Removes Top Russian Prosecutor, Replaces Him With Investigative Official [20/01/2020]
Mike Eckel, RFE

In Wake of Putin’s ‘Coup,’ Russia’s Top Opposition Leader Refrains From Action [20/01/2020]
Evan Gershkovich, Moscow Times

Russia’s Putin says he opposes unlimited presidential term [18/01/2020]
Washington Post

Russia’s political shake-up: Putin forever [17/01/2020]
Henry Foy & Max Seddon, Financial Times

Putin's party backs president's pick for prime minister [16/01/2020]
Al Jazeera

Putin's ministers were not told of resignation plans in advance [16/01/2020]
Andrew Roth, The Guardian

What Vladimir Putin’s revamp means for Russia [15/01/2020]
Max Seddon, Financial Times

How Putin plans to stay on [15/01/2020]
Alec Luhn, Politico

Will Russian government shake-up impact Moscow’s Mideast policy? [15/01/2020]
Maxim A. Suchkov, Al Monitor

Russia’s government overhauled as Putin looks to cement influence after presidency [15/01/2020]
Isabelle Khurshudyan, Washington Post

Dmitry Medvedev: the rise and fall of the Robin to Putin’s Batman [15/01/2020]
Luke Harding, The Guardian

Is Putin attempting to carve out a 'father of the nation' role? [15/01/2020]
Al Jazeera

Russian government quits as Putin plans to stay in power past 2024 [15/01/2020]
Andrew Roth, The Guardian

Putin’s Russia, 20 years on [02/01/2020]
Marc Bennetts, Politico

Will Putin Stay Or Will He Go? Bombshell Address and Shock Medvedev Resignation Offer Big Hint [15/01/2020]
Evan Gershkovich, Moscow Times

Why Orthodox Christians are losing faith in Putin [30/12/2019]
Marc Bennetts, Politico

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