The Kremlin’s struggle with opposition leader Alexei Navalny—poisoned last summer, then arrested following his dramatic recovery and return to Russia—is threatening to put the Russian government on a collision course with a reinvigorated protest movement at home and with the United States abroad. What is driving Putin’s actions toward Navalny? How big a challenge do protests pose to President Putin’s rule? And how should the United States approach this controversy? Jill Dougherty, Robert Legvold, and Konstantin Remchukov discuss these questions and more in a panel moderated by George Beebe.