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PBS NEWSHOUR

Navalny Case Offers 'Chilling Effect' for Russians

  • Aired: 07/18/2013
  • 06:58
  • Rating: NR
Ray Suarez talks to Fiona Hill of Brookings Institution about how most Russians see the conviction of Alexei Navalny, how the prominent case has affected the opposition movement in that country and whether the sentence adds more strain to U.S.-Russia relations.
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