Nina Berezner

Russian political activist

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Russian political activist and the founder of the Russie Libertés; Russian-born, Paris-based

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Asylum for Edward Snowden, anti-gay laws and support for Syria's dictator are just some of the reasons the US is frustrated with Russia.

Beyond Stoli and Snowden: The Rift between Russia and the US

Asylum for Edward Snowden, anti-gay laws and support for Syria's dictator are just some of the reasons the US is frustrated with Russia.

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