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The attack on Ukraine has revealed faultlines in many Russians’ attitudes towards the former USSR
The act of invasion itself is seen as a victory: it will be as difficult for the Russian president to lose this war as to win it
Once regarded as a sophisticated elite, foreign ministry officials now use extreme language to prove loyalty to the Kremlin