The Financial Times clearly distances itself from the Russian president’s position: “Mr Putin’s triumphalism is misplaced. Not all of liberalism is under threat. The superiority of private enterprise and free markets – at least within individual nations – in creating wealth is no longer seriously challenged. What is at risk is open borders, and values such as social tolerance, individual rights, democracy and rule of law. … While America is no longer the shining city on the hill it once seemed, the world’s poor and oppressed still head overwhelmingly for the US and western Europe – not just because they are wealthy, but because they are also seen as havens of freedom. Russia is a magnet neither for the poor, the wealthy, nor much recent foreign investment.”
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