Kasparov explains Russia

Kasparov is arguably the greatest chess player in history. It takes a man with a healthy brain, lots of memory, and an incredible determination, to achieve such a mythical status.

Unfortunately for Putin’s government, Kasparov is their opponent. Here is what Kasparov suggests we do to understand Putin:

If you are in a real hurry to become an expert on the Russian government, you may prefer the DVD section, where you can find Mr. Puzo’s works on film. “The Godfather” trilogy is a good place to start, but do not leave out “The Last Don,” “Omerta” and “The Sicilian.”

Of all people, I think Kasparov is one of the few the Russian government will not touch. Or, at least, I hope this is true.

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Daniel Lemire

A computer science professor at the Université du Québec (TELUQ).

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