Nikolay Petrov is misidentified on screen as Nikolai Petrov.
Nikolay Petrov talked about the foreign policy and domestic policy implications of the Russian presidential election to be held on March 2, 2008. Topics included what influence Vladimir Putin would continue to hold, especially if he is appointed prime minister, and how the policies of Dmitri Medvedev, his likely successor as president, might differ from President Putin’s.
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James F. Collins Director Carnegie Endowment for International Peace->Russia and Eurasia Program
Nikolay Petrov Scholar in Residence Carnegie Endowment for International Peace->Moscow Center
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