Dr Samir Puri, Chatham House

Dr Samir Puri, Chatham House

Dr Samir Puri

22 February 2024
Euro Watch: The death of Alexei Navalny, a reminder of Putin's paranoia?
Alexei Navalny, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s most formidable domestic opponent, fell unconscious and died on Feb 16 after a walk at the “Polar Wolf” Arctic penal colony where he was serving a three-decade sentence.
Was Putin's critic murdered? What does Navalny's death mean for a new era of Russian dictatorship, and how does his legacy impact the Russian opposition?
Dr Samir Puri, Associate Fellow, UK in the World Programme, Chatham House weighs in.

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1 February 2024
Euro Watch: Who can beat Russia's Vladimir Putin?
Long lines have popped up in Russia and beyond to get Boris Nadezhdin, an anti-war candidate, onto the ballot for Russia’s presidential election in March. Mr Nadezhdin is running against Vladimir Putin, who has headed Russia since the beginning of the millennium.
Will the Kremlin allow an anti-war candidate to run for the presidency? On the other hand, what does Putin's unsurprising re-election bid mean for Russia's future?
We find out from Dr Samir Puri, Associate Fellow, UK in the World Programme, Chatham House.

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14 December 2023
Euro Watch: UK PM Rishi Sunak survives the Rwanda Bill vote, but what's next?
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s emergency bill to revive his plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda has avoided defeat in parliament.
Despite the victory, the result showed the prime minister is struggling to maintain control over his party. So, what’s next for Rishi Sunak after winning the Rwanda bill vote? What obstacles will he have to overcome in the New Year?
Dr Samir Puri, Associate Fellow, UK in the World Programme, Chatham House explains.

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