Russia's hosting of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi was a key part of the nation's growing domestic and international political presence under the leadership of Vladimir Putin. Alongside military, political, and covert actions, the Sochi games served as a public-facing form of ‘soft power’ for Russia. Putin and the Russian state used the games as a cultural platform to assert to the world and his own people the might of a new Russia, Putin's Russia.
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