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  • What It's Like To Be a Teenager in Putin's Russia | NYT Opinion

    Teenagers who have grown up in Russia have known only one leader in their lifetimes: Vladimir Putin. In the video Op-Ed above, Daria Navalnaya, host of an influential YouTube channel and daughter of the opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny, interviews a cross-section of young Russians about how they feel about Mr. Putin, politics and their country’s future. Her interviews reveal a generation frustrated with the status quo, pessimistic about the possibility of change, and torn between their dreams for the future and their deep sense of patriotism.

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