Event: Reporting Russia

Tuesday 14 February 2012, 12:02

Bridget Osborne Bridget Osborne

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Reporting Russia

Bush House, Thursday 16 February

Russia's presidential elections are due on 4 March. How serious is the opposition to Putin? How significant is the strength of the economy in these elections? And what role is Russia playing in Syria and Iran?

In a lunchtime seminar Jamie Coomarasamy, presenter of the World Service programme Newshour, discusses the presidential elections and Russia's influence in world affairs.

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Bridget Kendall, BBC diplomatic correspondent

Sarah Gibson, head of the BBC's Russia Service

Oksana Antonenko, senior political counsellor, European Bank of Reconstruction & Development.

1.30pm in the Business Lounge. BBC staff only.

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