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Should Putin worry? (part 2)

What better advertisement for a demonstration than to haul leading organisers in for questioning the day before? That’s what panellists tell François Picard after Moscow’s biggest protest since the re-election of Vladimir Putin.

  • Nina ZAKHARKINA-BEREZNER. Activist, member of "Russie Libertés" (from Moscow);
  • Tania RAKHMANOVA. Filmmaker and writer; Author of the "Au Coeur du pouvoir Russe" ("At the heart of Russian power");
  • Alexis PROKOPIEV. Spokesperson, "Russie Libertés" ("Russia Freedoms");
  • John LAUGHLAND. Director of Studies, Institute of Democracy & Cooperation;
  • Inga WATERLOT. Head of the Russian service, Radio France Internationale.

Produced by François Picard, Anelise Borges, Mary Colombel, Wassim Nasr.

Watch the first part here.

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2017-09-20 Debate

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2017-09-18 Donald Trump

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As a candidate he spoke out against the United Nations, but today the US president is chairing a conference on reforming its institutions at the annual opening of the UN General...

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2017-09-14 Debate

Vote or no vote? Escalating row over Catalan independence

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2017-09-13 Rohingyas

Burma and the Rohingyas: UN body accuses authorities of ethnic cleansing

“A textbook case of ethnic cleansing”, says the UN's top human rights official. Nearly 400,000 Rohingyas have fled Burma in the past fortnight for neighbouring Bangladesh after...

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