29.01.2021
Podcast: Are Russia’s Protests a Serious Threat to the Kremlin?
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Young protesters hold banners as they climb a lamppost in Moscow's Pushkin Square on January 23, 2021. Photo: Getty Images
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Alexander
Gabuev
Arkady
Ostrovsky
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Mass protests have broken out in Russia once again. Will the end result be any different this time around?
How significant are the mass protests that swept Russia last Saturday and look set to be repeated this weekend? Has the Kremlin lost the battle for people's minds? And how much are these protests really about the opposition leader Alexei Navalny? Podcast host Alex Gabuev is joined by Arkady Ostrovsky, Russia editor at The Economist.
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Alexander Gabuev
Arkady Ostrovsky
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