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Navalny’s death has left Russia’s opposition in despair

13 March 2024

1:11 AM

13 March 2024

1:11 AM

Following the wave of articles that have appeared in the Western press since Navalny’s death come three pieces from émigré Russians. All present a sobering and even chilling picture of Russia’s future now that its leading figure of opposition is gone.

The first, published by the Russian-language Meduza on 4 March, was by Shura Burtin, a Russian journalist living in Prague.

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