The investigative report “Winter Olympics in the Sub-Tropics: Corruption and Abuse in Sochi,” published by Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov and pro-democracy activist Leonid Martynyuk, focuses on corruption in the run-up to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. IMR Advisor Olga Khvostunova and Michael Weiss, editor-in-chief of The Interpreter, an IMR publication, interviewed Nemtsov about his report. (Both the report and the interview were translated into English by Catherine A. Fitzpatrick.)
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