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Following the executions of several journalists and a human rights lawyer, what's going on in Russia? Ruth Seymour joins former KGB counterintelligence chief General Oleg Kalugin and others for a discussion.


Banner image: People carry pictures of the killings last month of human rights lawyer Stanislav Markelov, 34, and 25-year-old reporter Anastasiya Baburova during a rally in central Moscow on February 15. The pair were gunned down in central Moscow in broad daylight after leaving a news conference in January. Photo: Alexey Sazonov/AFP/Getty Images

Guest Interview The State of Human Rights in Russia

Guests:
Oleg Kalugin, Retired Chief of Foreign Counterintelligence, KGB
Steven Eke, Russian Affairs analyst, BBC
Eugene Levin, President, Russian-language Panorama Media Group

CREDITS

Producers:
Sarah Spitz

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