Elite fractioning in Modern Russia: Prigozhin’s Mutiny

Prigozhin’s “mutiny” represents a significant turning point in Russia’s history, reflecting its ongoing trajectory. The fragmentation within the elite plays a vital role in maintaining regime stability. While internal conflicts in Russia are sometimes perceived as beneficial, as they may weaken the regime, they also pose global risks, particularly due to Russia’s status as a nuclear power.

What happens next for Prigozhin, and will his mutiny produce substantial breaches in Putin’s regime?