Russian Nobel Peace Prize Winner Tells Montana State Students They Hold the Key to World Peace, Free Speech


By Diana Setterberg, MSU News Service

Dmitry Muratov, a Russian free speech activist and 2021 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, told a select group of Montana State University students on Wednesday that his hope for a better world lies with their generation.

"I have no hope in anyone with the exception of 20-, 25-, 30-year-olds," Muratov said through an interpreter during a mid-day question-and-answer session in the Strand Union Building. "Your generation is connecting to the future."

Muratov is founder and editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta, an independent Russian newspaper that has report...

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