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Kasparov in WSJ and on BBC radio

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KasparovEven when he's not talking or writing about chess (which is just about all the time these days), many chess fans still like to follow Garry Kasparov closely. That's why we gladly serve you with two links today: one to his latest Wall Street Journal article and one to a – very personal – BBC radio interview.

In Why Russia Stokes Mideast Mayhem, Kasparov's latest Wall Street Journal, published yesterday, he argues that petrodictators have a permanent interest in instability. And this morning Kasparov spoke with Fergal Keane as part of the "Take a Stand" BBC Radio 4 program, which can be listened to online for another 7 days. A very personal talk, highly recommended!
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