Vladimir Putin’s end may signal the beginning of his decline imminent. It is very difficult to topple dictators. But, war can make things better. Repressive regimes such as Russia’s under Putin, They can appear very stable, but then suddenly become unstable.Kremlin’s strongman took a great risk when he attacked Ukraine.
Putin, a man of total cynicism, completely missed the emotional effects of the destructive processes he was applying. It’s becoming more obvious. Because of his paranoia and irrationality the ex-KGB spy is too dangerous to world security. Putin is now threatening not only the West but also its sanctionsNeither the brave resistance of Ukrainian people, nor the Russian people, on one side, and China, the other. China is becoming tired of the unpredictable Russian ruler.
The following questions arise as Ukraine’s atrocities continue to unfold: How long will Putin manage to control his people, and not just his entourage,? What time will it take before the “war on defense of Russia” is exposed for what it really is: a war of aggression by Putin and not the drifting of a crazed Tsar? Russian families will feel the sadness of losing a loved one in a war ruled by their political leaders; the resentment of those – much more numerous – who will see their economic situation seriously deteriorate as a result of the isolation of their country; not to mention the frustrations of the oligarchs, and the remorse of the most liberal Russians, will all this end up leading to an immense wave of rejection of the “Putinian” regime?
The head of the Kremlin will be eliminated so that this rejection can happen sooner or later. Vladimir Putin can be physically removed? A US senator has called for the end of the war. It is however practically impossible. Putin is not easily accessible. Since the coronavirus crisis, he has made almost no public appearances and only sees – many meters away, at a table – a few politicians a day. The possibility of him being murdered seems unlikely. It is possible to believe that a coup might be even more plausible.
The International Court of Justice (ICJ), and the International Criminal Court(ICC) are now investigating the Russian-led war against Ukraine. Ukraine requested the ICJ.Moscow is accused of planning genocide. The ICJ was established in 1946 to settle disputes between countries. It issues binding rulings, but does not have any coercive tools to enforce them. International Criminal Court already sent investigators to investigate whether Putin or other Russian leaders have been responsible for war crimes in Ukraine or crimes against humanity. ICC focuses more on the culpability and individuals than ICJ. However, the fact that Russia has withdrawn from the ICC – as well as from the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights – could pose a problem for subsequent proceedings, since only the Contracting States are obliged to cooperate. Vladimir Putin cannot be prosecuted in Russia by the ICC. He could instead be held on the territory or a country that recognizes the ICC’s jurisdiction. If the Russian president was to be ousted by the opposition, they could send him to The Hague. This was what Omar Al Bachir, the former president of Sudanese, did not long ago.
Napoleon and Hitler were both examples of this. Who saw the fall of their political regimes and attacked? RussiaPutin was caught up in an “all against all” adventure when he attacked Ukraine. This invasion will be as catastrophic for the Russian president than the invasion in Russia was for the Kaiser and the Emperor. Putin is becoming a grave threat to the world, something that no major nation (including China) can bear to continue to allow. Russians must realize that the world isn’t at war against their country; but, that their president is at the war with the whole world. He is leading his people and all of Europe to disaster.