Social Mood Conference | Socionomics Foundation

August 5, 2014

Cropped_Barack_Obama_and_Vladmir_Putin_shake_hands_at_G8_summit,_2013 - CopyOn July 31, Politico wrote, “Vladimir Putin has gone from unpleasant neighbor to monster… .” The next day, President Obama said the Russian president “represents a deep strain in Russia that is probably harmful to Russia over the long term.” Today, we read that Russian troops are massed on the border and are “ready for a potential large-scale invasion of southeastern Ukraine if Russian President Vladimir Putin so chooses.”

Socionomists were way ahead of this trend in 2007, when they wrote, “the world may see an even darker side of Putin.” Click here to read more.


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