Vladimir Kara-Murza

Vladimir  Kara-Murza

Vladimir Kara-Murza is a Russian democracy activist and the coordinator of Open Russia, a civil society and pro-democracy institute founded by Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Raised in a family with a long history of political dissent in the Soviet Union, Kara-Murza served as a campaign advisor to both Vladimir Bukovsky and Boris Nemtsov in the early 2000s. Kara-Murza was a driving force in the passage of the Magnitsky Act by the U.S. Congress and has called upon Canada and the EU to follow suit. In addition to his political work, Kara-Murza is a filmmaker and journalist. His work has appeared in the Russian dailies Novye Izvestia and Kommersant, as well as the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and the Financial Times.

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  • RT @mbk_center: As we enter the 20th year of the #Putin regime, Open Russia Movement vice chairman @vkaramurza uncovers the #Kremlin façade…Wed Jan 16, 8:35am
  • Марш памяти Бориса Немцова. Москва, 24 февраля. https://t.co/kbUebQzmNvTue Jan 15, 10:43pm
  • Фрагмент из фильма «Немцов» – о том, как первый вице-премьер Борис Немцов в 1997 году не позволил отдать Японии Кур… https://t.co/Z2QgiJojuVSat Jan 12, 10:06am

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