The Russia Report
08 October 2020, 6:00 pm–7:30 pm
In July the Intelligence and Security Committee published its long awaited Russia report.
This event is free.
To introduce the report, and explain the difficulties which delayed its publication, our first speaker is Dominic Grieve, former Attorney General and chair of the committee when the report was compiled. Then to discuss the threat posed by Russia, and how the West should respond, we have two further experts: Dame Anne Pringle, British Ambassador to Moscow 2008-2011; and Catherine Belton, investigative journalist and author of Putin’s People.
Catherine Belton is a senior investigative reporter for Reuters and former Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times where she worked from 2007-2013 and in 2016 as the newspaper's legal correspondent. She also previously reported on Russia for Moscow Times and Business Week.She is the author of Putin’s People: How the KGB Took Back Russia and Then Took On the West (2020). In 2009, she was shortlisted for Business Journalist of the year at the British Press Awards.
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