What’s next for Putin’s regime after Wagner revolt in Russia?

Russian President Vladimir Putin is playing up national unity two days after an uprising by mercenaries. He hailed them as patriots in a televised statement, but that did little to quiet the questions swirling about the Kremlin. Geoff Bennett discussed the Russian regime’s stability and what happens next with Alina Polyakova of the Center for European Policy Analysis.

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