One suggestion I've come across is that Pius XII's attempted consecration of Russia could be a grace in Russia at least promoting a few good things.
But anyone who is looking for a contemporary political leader to be a sort of savior will be sorely disappointed.
Yes, I believe that there will be a Great Monarch, but his time is not yet. I am confident about a few points:
-The Great Monarch will only come after or well in the midst of (in media res) some serious chastisement.
-Some governments that we take for granted now will be erased for society (NB: The United States factors into no Catholic prophecy, unless one make a massive Stretch Armstrong reach regarding the Great Eagle.) Perhaps American governments will exist (I think they will), but not in remotely the same manner as now.
-None of the so-called royalty will be the Great Monarch. Except maybe Elizabeth II, who isn't remotely Catholic, none of the declared Kings, Queens, and Dukes have a thimble worth of credibility. They use the Faith, at best, only on rare occasions for show, do practically nothing to promote the counter-revolution, and don't even attempt any exercise of power. I believe God will make clear, to those with ears to hear and eyes to see whom He desires to be His new Lieutenants.
With this all said, Russia is doing some good and to that extent, the good it is doing ought to be commended.