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As Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine goes from bad to worse, a steady stream of rumours about coup plots have streamed out of Russia. These are Putin’s main rivals and how they might try to seize power, following a pattern of violent power grabs that rocked post-Communist Russia in the early Nineties. Our video run through reveals violent footage from the attempted 1990s coups and runs through the mechanics of a coup.

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