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A nation must think before it acts.
The Russian government has passed a major constitutional reform that will allow Vladimir Putin to run twice more for the presidency. He could now stay in power until 2036. What does the new constitution mean for Russian politics? How should we interpret Putin's sliding popularity? What are they key trends in Russian politics to focus on in the coming years? To discuss these questions and yours, we are pleased to present FPRI's Chris Miller and Maia Otarashvili in conversation with Russian and Eurasian expert Sarah Wilson Sokhey.
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