‘Traitors must be shot’: Vladimir Putin’s truce with Wagner teeters on edge

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This uprising might have changed that calculus,” wrote Emily Ferris, a research fellow at UK defence think-tank Rusi, in a note. “Those who sided with Prigozhin will be fired and serious attempts will be made within Russia to quash any sentiment expressing sympathy with Wagner or its views about the management of the war, all of which points to an increasing atmosphere of domestic repression.”

Read the Commentary: 'Prigozhin’s Rebellion: What We Discovered, and What We Still Need to Know' -  Emily Ferris | 26 June 2023