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For autocrats like Vladimir Putin, ruthless repression is often a winning way to stay in power

By Shelley Inglis, Executive Director, University of Dayton Human Rights Center, University of Dayton
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Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, sick with a cough and fever, has been moved to the hospital ward of the remote penal colony where he is imprisoned.

Navalny landed in prison after legal troubles that began in 2019, when he was arrested for “leading an unauthorized protest.” In 2020, while on parole for that…


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