The Newsmakers

Putin's Presidency Prolonged

Russia voted on the largest constitutional overhaul since the end of the Soviet Union. But the outcome of the referendum, which allows Russian President Putin to serve two more six-year presidential terms, never seemed in doubt, especially when the amendments were approved by parliament months ago. So, was this plebiscite a way of legitimatizing those changes? Guests: Alexey Mukhin Director General of the Centre for Political Information Nikolai Petrov Senior Research Fellow, Russia Programme at Chatham House Gilbert Doctorow Russian Affairs Analyst​

Russian voters back reforms allowing Putin to stay until 2036

Russian voters back reforms allowing Putin to stay until 2036

Russians grant Putin right to extend his rule until 2036 in landslide vote

Russians grant Putin right to extend his rule until 2036 in landslide vote

Russia Votes: Vladimir Putin decisively re-elected

Russia Votes: Vladimir Putin decisively re-elected

Back in the USSR: Russian dolls evoke memories from Soviet Union

Back in the USSR: Russian dolls evoke memories from Soviet Union

Beirut’s Explosive Fallout

Beirut’s Explosive Fallout

Beirut Blast: Political Aftermath

Beirut Blast: Political Aftermath

Belarus Elections

Belarus Elections

Ending The Nuclear Era?

Ending The Nuclear Era?

Disarming A Nuclear World

Disarming A Nuclear World

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Kashmir Under Lockdown

Duterte’s Report Card

Duterte’s Report Card

Where is 'Dutertismo' Headed?

Where is 'Dutertismo' Headed?

Trump's Troops

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Federal Forces v US Protesters

Federal Forces v US Protesters

Tunisia: New PM, New Era?

Tunisia: New PM, New Era?

Tunisia’s Political Turmoil

Tunisia’s Political Turmoil

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