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Analyzing Wagner’s March on Moscow

Over a 24-hour period, leader of the Russian paramilitary Wagner Group Yevgeny Prigozhin urged Wagner fighters to march on Moscow, successfully captured a city in Southern Russia, and then signed an agreement to back off and retreat to Belarus. Host Carolyn Moorman, Non-Resident Fellow Jeff Hawn, and Open-Source Information Gathering Manager Aram Shabanian dive into what these events mean for Russia’s internal political dynamics and foreign policy. 

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