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Masses vs classes? Konstantin Gaaze, non-resident scholar at the Carnegie Moscow Center

Tensions between the masses and the classes have existed since modern states came into existence, often serving as a driver of political change. With Russian civil society growing larger and louder against the excesses of the governing elites, how does it bode for the system as a whole? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Konstantin Gaaze, non-resident scholar at the Carnegie Moscow Center.


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