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Putin, the poisoning and Belarus: what’s really going on? | The Economist

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Vladimir Putin has been rattled by protests in Belarus and Russia’s far east—and stands accused of poisoning Alexei Navalny, his only real political rival at home. What does Putin really fear? Further content: Sign up to The Economist’s daily newsletter to keep up to date with our latest coverage: https://econ.st/3c7QSUD Watch our film about covid-19 ...

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Vladimir Putin has been rattled by protests in Belarus and Russia’s far east—and stands accused of poisoning Alexei Navalny, his only real political rival at home. What does Putin really fear?



Further content:



Sign up to The Economist’s daily newsletter to keep up to date with our latest coverage: https://econ.st/3c7QSUD



Watch our film about covid-19 in Russia: https://youtu.be/7tziw5i3vy8



Read about the uprising—and violent government response—in Belarus: https://econ.st/3hxme8t



The right way to get rid of Lukashenko: https://econ.st/35Drkxv



Alexei Navalny’s success in Russia’s local elections: https://econ.st/2RFsMam



Read about the protests against Putin in Khabarovsk: https://econ.st/3kl3WsL



Listen to an episode of “The Intelligence” podcast on the election and unrest in Belarus: https://econ.st/35CPwjF



Read about the war over information in Belarus: https://econ.st/35FwqJO



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