The Newsmakers

Vladimir Putin: Russia’s Leader for Life?

Russian President Putin's proposed constitutional changes prompted the entire government to resign. Is it part of the leader's plan to hold onto power after his term ends in 2024? And will it succeed or crumble on the Kremlin's steps? Guests: Alexander Nekrassov Former Kremlin Adviser and Political Commentator Oleg Kozlovsky Russia Researcher Amnesty International Gilbert Doctorow Independent Political Analyst

Putin’s Grand Plan

Putin’s Grand Plan

Russia’s new prime minister, Mikhail Mishustin

Russia’s new prime minister, Mikhail Mishustin

Russia Votes: Putin expected to win another six-year term

Russia Votes: Putin expected to win another six-year term

Moscow’s ‘Mass Unrest’ | Picture This

Moscow’s ‘Mass Unrest’ | Picture This

Battling For The Balkans

Battling For The Balkans

Evaluating Shinzo Abe’s Legacy, and Looking Ahead to Japan’s New Prime Minister

Evaluating Shinzo Abe’s Legacy, and Looking Ahead to Japan’s New Prime Minister

Japan’s Shinzo Abe Steps Down

Japan’s Shinzo Abe Steps Down

Could Germany Really Pull the Plug on Nord Stream 2?

Could Germany Really Pull the Plug on Nord Stream 2?

Will Trump's ‘Law and Order’ Message Win Him The Election?

Will Trump's ‘Law and Order’ Message Win Him The Election?

Trump's Tough Talk

Trump's Tough Talk

Is Britain Heading For a No-Deal Brexit?

Is Britain Heading For a No-Deal Brexit?

EU-UK Trade Talk Gridlock

EU-UK Trade Talk Gridlock

Does Saudi Arabia Need to Change its Strategy?

Does Saudi Arabia Need to Change its Strategy?

Saudi Arabia’s Ambitions Curtailed?

Saudi Arabia’s Ambitions Curtailed?

German Parliament To Investigate Wirecard Financial Scandal

German Parliament To Investigate Wirecard Financial Scandal

German Financial Scandal

German Financial Scandal

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