Russia will fail or break up by 2033, according to a survey of foreign policy experts.
The possibility of internal problems in Russia is highlighted by the war in Ukraine.
Most experts think that China will invade Taiwan in 10 years.
According to a survey by the Atlantic Council, nearly half of top foreign policy experts think that Russia will break up by 2033
The Financial Times was the first to report on the findings, which seem to suggest that Russian President Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine could have costs back home.
Almost half of the experts surveyed think that Russia will collapse in the next 10 years.
According to the survey, 40% of people think that Russia will break up internally within the next 10 years.
Russia is the most likely country to become a failed state within the next decade, more so than Afghanistan.
The war in Ukraine has been labeled a massive strategic failure by the Pentagon.
Russia's budget has been drained, it has been hit by sanctions, and it has suffered unexpected battlefield losses.
According to The Times of London, a British government source said that Russia could take up to 30 years to rebuild.
Major developments in the world are also anticipated by the experts.
The survey found that 70% of respondents agreed with a statement that China could invade Taiwan within the next 10 years.
Business Insider has an article on it.