Opinion: Is Mikhail Khodorkovsky the devil's advocate? II
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Opinion: Is Mikhail Khodorkovsky the devil's advocate? II
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Ram┼źnas Bogdanas 2015 january 20 d. 11:46

This January, the Vilnius-based Eastern Europe Studies
Centre organized another big two-day international event for
experts, politicians and intellectuals. The centrepiece of
the second day of the conference was an address by none
other than Mikhail Khodorkovsky. He was introduced by
liberal Lithuanian thinker Leonidas Donskis who had taken
great interest in supporting the prisoner during his term as
a member of the European Parliament and had even received
Khodorkovsky's thank-you letter from prison. The prisoner
had written he was touched by Donskis' belief that he was
fated for an important role in the history and politics of
Russia.

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