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Instability in Russia

Since the invasion began in Ukraine, the Kremlin has kept a tight hold on the narrative of the war and forced out all independent news coverage within Russia. Last weekend's very public events involving the Wagner group and its mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin exposed a clear weakness in the government's regime. Hear what the Russian public think of the "mutiny" and President Vladimir Putin's response, a Russian journalist's view, and how the revolt could affect Kyiv's counteroffensive.

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Instability in Russia
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    Russian View

    Anxiety, Frustration and Hope for Change: Muscovites React to Wagner Mutiny - The Moscow Times

    Anxiety, Frustration and Hope for Change: Muscovites React to Wagner Mutiny - The Moscow Times

    How It Affects the War

    What Happened

    The Aftermath

    Ukraine

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