As Vladimir Putin celebrates victory in Russia's presidential elections, an emboldened protest movement is planning a long campaign against him.No one quite knows how the Kremlin will react - indulging the protests as they have since December or cracking down as they did in the past.But the political opposition is just one of the obstacles Putin will face when he begins his six years in office.A stagnating economy and rampant corruption provide challenges he may be unable, or unwilling, to overcome.So, with Putin returning to the Kremlin, is Russia heading in the right direction? Who holds power in Russia today? What sort of country has evolved under United Russia Party rule? And will Putin's third term cement his legacy as a tsar or a reformer?Inside Story, with presenter Sami Zeidan, discusses with Roman Dobrokhotov, the founder of 'Walking without Putin'; Sergei Alexandrovich Markov, a special electoral representative for Vladimir Putin and the vice-president of the Russian Economic University; and Federico Varese, a professor at Oxford University, an expert on Russian politics and the author of The Russian Mafia. Private Protection in a New Market Economy.