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Alexei Navalny, in his own words

The Economist interviewed Alexei Navalny, who has reportedly died in an Arctic penal colony, in the run-up to Russia’s 2018 presidential election. He discussed the breadth of his political support, his experiences in prison and offered some predictions for the future of Vladimir Putin’s Russia.

00:16 - The death of Navalny
00:41 - Navalny in prison
02:00 - Putin’s goals

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