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Putin, the sequel (part 2)

His re-election was a given, but it is still a seminal moment for a Vladimir Putin who after 12 years in the Kremlin faces unprecedented protests. François Picard’s panel argues over whether he’ll choose reform or repression.

  • Tania RAKHMANOVA. Author, "Au cœur du pouvoir Russe" ("At the heart of Russian power");
  • Anton KOSLOV. Associate professor, American Graduate School of International Diplomacy;
  • Georges FREDERICK JEWBURY. Historian, Associate Researcher at CERCEC;
  • James F. COLLINS. Carnegie Endowment for Peace. Former US Ambassador to Russia (1997 to 2001) (from Washington);
  • Douglas HERBERT. France 24 International Affairs Editor (from Moscow);
  • Alexandra KOPTELOVA. Political activist (from Moscow).

Click here to watch part one.

Produced by François Picard, Anelise Borges, Mary Colombel, Elom Marcel Toble, Pauline Heilmann.

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2017-01-23 Benoit Hamon

Splintered left: French Socialists divided ahead of primary run-off (part 1)

France’s primaries of the Socialists and the left have narrowed down to two finalists: former education minister Benoit Hamon and former prime minister Manuel Valls. With...

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2017-01-23 Benoit Hamon

Splintered left: Are Europe's Social Democrats obsolete? (part 2)

France’s primaries of the Socialists and the left have narrowed down to two finalists: former education minister Benoit Hamon and former prime minister Manuel Valls. With...

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2017-01-19 Business

Davos Debate: Getting a fair share from multinationals

As business leaders, policymakers and NGOs gather at the World Economic Forum in Davos, FRANCE 24 brings you a special debate on how countries should tax multinational companies....

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2017-01-19 tax evasion

Davos Debate: Getting a fair share from multinationals (part 2)

As business leaders, policymakers and NGOs gather at the World Economic Forum in Davos, FRANCE 24 brings you a special debate on how countries should tax multinational companies....

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2017-01-19 Adama Barrow

Showdown in Gambia: Foreign troops at border as Jammeh refuses to go (part 1)

West Africa's been here before. The tiny nation of Gambia has two presidents after the winner of a presidential election took the oath in the capital of neighbouring Senegal....

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