Full video of every panel.
Kasparov on Pussy Riot: "I believe they are political prisoners." #hero12— Hero Summit (@HeroSummit) November 15, 2012
Kasparov: "In chess you have fixed rules and unpredictable results. In [Russian politics] it's the opposite." #hero12— Hero Summit (@HeroSummit) November 15, 2012
Kasparov: Putin can spread influence around the world using banks, not tanks. #hero12— Hero Summit (@HeroSummit) November 15, 2012
Kasparov: "Always make a distinction between Russia and Putin." #hero12— Hero Summit (@HeroSummit) November 15, 2012
Kasparov: in one night at an oligarch wedding a U.S. celeb could bring in more cash than in a whole tour of the U.S. #hero12— Frederick Dreier (@freddreier) November 15, 2012
Kasparov: "I think what we need in Russia [from US people]… a demonstration of moral solidarity," as opposed to financial aid #hero12— Hero Summit (@HeroSummit) November 15, 2012
Kasparov: The question is not who will replace Putin, but what will replace Putin. #hero12— Hero Summit (@HeroSummit) November 15, 2012
Gary Kasparov at Hero Summit: I'd bet my bottom $ that Putin won't remain for his next 6 yrs in office. #hero12— Roger Wildermuth (@rwildermuth) November 15, 2012
The Hero Summit, Nov. 14 and 15 in Washington, D.C., is an invitation-only theatrical-journalism event that will be streamed live at the Daily Beast. We will hear powerful stories from active and retired members of our military, as well as from historians and writers who have written about moral and physical courage under fire. Read the agenda here, and check back for the latest updates.
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