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Latest update : 2013-07-22

Navalny jailed: a clear message from the Kremlin?

Russia's leading dissident was jailed today for stealing timber. Alexei Navalny wasn't surprised by the verdict, nor the 5-year jail term he received. Navalny's parting words to supporters were "don't do nothing", and his supporters have vowed to continue the fight. Laura Baines and her panel discuss whether this is yet another sign that the Kremlin will not tolerate disloyalty and dissent.

  • Nina ZAKHARINA-BEREZNER, Member "Russie Libertés" ("Russia Freedoms");
  • Douglas HERBERT, France 24 International Affairs Editor;
  • John LAUGHLAND, Academic Dean, Institute of Democracy and Cooperation (by satellite from Bristol, UK);
  • Rachel DENBER, Deputy Director, Europe and Central Asia, Human Rights Watch.

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2014-07-09 South Sudan

Africa's Newest Failed State: How to Stop Civil War and Famine in South Sudan? (part 2)

It's the third anniversary of independence for Africa's newest nation, South Sudan. With a brutal civil war now in full swing, the outgoing UN representative has pointed the...

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2014-07-09 African Union

Africa's Newest Failed State: How to Stop Civil War and Famine in South Sudan?

It's the third anniversary of independence for Africa's newest nation, South Sudan. With a brutal civil war now in full swing, the outgoing UN representative has pointed the...

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2014-07-08 Benjamin Netanyahu

Israel and the Palestinians: How to Break the Cycle of Violence?

With 40,000 military reservists called up, another ground offensive by Israel against Gaza seems likely. The kidnapping and murder of three Jewish teenagers in the West Bank and...

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2014-07-08 Gaza Strip

Israel and the Palestinians: How to Break the Cycle of Violence? (part 2)

With 40,000 military reservists called up, another ground offensive by Israel against Gaza seems likely. The kidnapping and murder of three Jewish teenagers in the West Bank and...

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2014-07-07 Ukraine

Crisis in Ukraine: Can Poroshenko Win Hearts and Minds in the East? (part 2)

In eastern Ukraine, the tide on the battlefield has swung in favour of the government. But at what cost, considering that retaking the flashpoint city of Slaviansk included the...

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