Navalny, corruption and the public opinion in Russia

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Guests

Alexey Levinson, Sociologist, Levada Center, Moscow

Chaired by

Kadri Liik, Senior Policy Fellow, ECFR Wider Europe Programme

Russian sociologist Alexey Levinson joins us for a discussion on Russian views of Alexey Navalny: Who are his followers, who are not, and why? Has his work on exposing corruption influenced how Russians view the powers that be? How does Navalny look against the background of Russia’s dissident tradition – and what, if anything, does that tell us about his and Russia’s future?