I divide country and state concepts. I love our people and everything that fits the "culture" definition. State apparatus are, of course, bad and don't function like they should, I'm not denying that.
Talking about the things changing, I think 10-20 years isn't quite enough for such a big country like Russia to really change. And I'm not sure if the newer generation will actually turn it better, because all the majority of them do is just hating all inside of Russia and jerking off to the West (basically like blind patriots, but vice versa, really). The greatest example is that, we have the criminal case number 282, which is about incitement to hatred. This case shouldn't exist because you can basically imprison any person based on their words, even if it's not a call to action. A similar case was accepted in Norway not long time ago, but it's not about incitement to hatred overall, but just to LGBT community. The same thing basically - you're able to imprison a person based on his views, just because he said something. Both cases are equally bad and disrupt freedom of speech, but it was actually funny to watch how liberal youngsters show it as an example, something we should look up to, while it's basically the same thing as the 282nd criminal case. If our future is decided by this kind of people, we're lost, because they're even worse than putinists.