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Garry Kasparov
Chairman of the Human Rights Foundation (). Visiting Fellow at Oxford Martin. Author, speaker, 13th World Chess Champion
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HRF 8h
HRF's legal team works tirelessly to defend the rights of activists in closed societies. Help us do more in 2018 at .
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Mark Wagner 9h
"It was persistent American weakness in counterintelligence combined with our already dysfunctional politics that got Moscow’s job done in 2016, more than any innate Putinesque genius."
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Jamie Kirchick 12h
Donald Trump is not to blame for Muslims re-enacting Kristallnacht on the streets of Amsterdam. Latest me in
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Oslo Freedom Forum 9h
2017 speaker explains how her time in a Burmese prison opened her eyes to systematic oppression and inspired her to form a network of lawyers dedicated to helping women.
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John Sipher 9h
Russian attacks against our election was just one part of a decades-long effort to sow discord and hurt US leadership. The attacks continue, and will continue until we show we are serious about stopping them. via
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Garry Kasparov 9h
Indeed. As I wrote in the WSJ two years ago, "You can't win hearts and minds from 30,000 feet." You can kill but you can't protect, so you create more radicals than you kill. Putin & Assad don't care about such slaughter but US should.
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Daniel Twining 10h
Corruption erodes democratic structures and harms the people most invested in making their democracies a success. Read 's piece on the human cost of corruption.
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Mig Greengard 20h
Seriously, the unannounced visit I guess is news, but why treat this withdrawal garbage like it's new or, more importantly, as if it's true? Putin just wants more video for Russian news of him looking victorious and important.
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Ice Rafter 23h
ICYMI podcast from Dec 7th featuring
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Garry Kasparov 9h
Moore's ability to say "hello how are you" in Russian is of far less interest than why he thinks it's important to flatter Putin and denigrate the US.
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Garry Kasparov 9h
Working on it! Too important to rush out a superficial analysis.
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Nicola Woolcock 16h
I met Garry Kasparov. We talked about chess hardwiring kids’ brains, Putin, bots - and his wife and mother.
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Jacques Frank-Loron 13h
“Putin is a strong leader the same way Arsenic is a strong drink.”- Garry Kasparov. Thank you for a great episode last week
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RuiQi Liu 13h
Garry Kasparov Teaches Chess | Official Trailer
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Garry Kasparov 10h
A former world champion (Gaprindashvili), a world champion (Chiburdanidze), and a future world champion (me). A powerhouse Georgian women's team.
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Jerry Andrews 11h
Stay tuned with is always fascinating, but, my mind keeps ruminating on Garry Kasparov's comment that if there is no truth and everything is relative, then there is no difference between democracy and dictatorship. We are at a crossroads and the stakes are high!
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Garry Kasparov 10h
Congratulations to world #2 Fabiano for winning in London today. He was getting better with every event! And to for his overall Grand Chess Tour victory. Not at his best in London but still showed his class and character.
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Grand Chess Tour 10h
Final standings for the 2017 London Chess Classic
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chess24.com 10h
Congratulations to on winning the Clasic in the 4th playoff game!
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James Pethokoukis 11h
Want more startups? Bring in more immigrants to get the job done.
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