What's wrong with Russia from the Western point of view? After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many in the West thought that Russia would become a fully-fledged member of the family of Western democracies. The recent election in Russia showed that the country has gone it own way, away from a weak and destabilised state to a predictable democracy. But it still seems to fall short of Western standards. Why? What is it that the West doesn't like? Lord Robert Skidelsky will attempt to answer these and other questions on Spotlight.