The recent attempted mutiny in Russia left many in the West in a quandary how to position themselves vis-a-vis Evegeni Prigozhin and his organization. The resulting flip flops were hilarious and recalled the obligation to conform to the frequently changing party line in the Soviet Union. Hence, in a single day that the commotion lasted, Prigozhin went from terrorist to “freedom fighter” (when it was expected that he would be successful in disrupting the Russian government) and then back to terrorist again, when it became apparent that he had failed.



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