Dimitri K. Simes

President, Nixon Center

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President of the Nixon Center and publisher of the National Interest; author of After the Collapse: Russia Seeks Its Place as a Great Power

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He's seen in the West as a throwback to the days of the Soviet Union: centralized power, control of the media, stifling of political opposition.

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He's seen in the West as a throwback to the days of the Soviet Union: centralized power, control of the media, stifling of political opposition.

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