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Bill Browder and Jago Russell Debate Interpol and Authoritarian Governments
Bill Browder, human rights campaigner and foe of Vladimir Putin, seems to get arrested whenever he travels abroad as a result of red notices and diffusion orders issued by Putin through the Interpol police organization. These incidents have highlighted the abuse of Interpol by authoritarian governments, and they raise a really important question: Should we be participating in an international police organization with governments that use that organization to harass and arrest their enemies? On this episode of The Lawfare Podcast, Benjamin Wittes speaks with two people with somewhat different points of view, although a lot of common ground: Bill Browder himself, along with Jago Russell, the head of Fair Trials, which has worked to reform Interpol and make it less susceptible to abuse. Bill argues for kicking the bums out and having police cooperation only between countries that observe civilized norms of law enforcement. Jago makes the case for mending, not ending, an inclusive international police organization.
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Bill Browder is Russian President Vladimir Putinâ€™s number one enemy. In 2005, Russian government officials committed and attempted to pin a $230 million fraud on Bill. His Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky uncovered the fraud, and ended up in jail, where he was tortured to death. We chatted with Bill about his campaign to expose Putin and Russian government officials for their corruption and human rights abuses. The George W. Bush Institute advances freedom globally by developing leaders in emerging democracies, standing with those who still live under tyranny, and fostering U.S. leadership through policy and action.
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Tuesday, Jan. 15: Bill Browder
Bill Browder, a financier and head of the Global Magnitsky Justice campaign, joins to discuss why he's become a prominent critic of the Russian government and one of Putin's biggest enemies. In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss the removal of Rep. Steve King from committee assignments after making racist comments and the new Gillette ad campaign focused on redefining masculinity.