Sergey Kara-Murza, Chief Research Officer, Institute of Social and Political Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Sergey Kara-Murza, Chief Research Officer, Institute of Social and Political Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Sergey Kara-Murza, Chief Research Officer, Institute of Social and Political Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia" alt="Sergey Kara-Murza, Chief Research Officer, Institute of Social and Political Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia" src="/images/experts_participants/2012_WPFDC_Sergey_Kara-Murza_250.jpg" height="180" width="150" />Sergey Kara-Murza (born in 1939) is a Soviet and Russian chemist, historian, political philosopher and sociologist. Sergey Kara-Murza was graduated with degree in chemistry fromMoscow State University in 1961. Between 1966 and 1972 he worked as a Soviet chemical specialist in Cuba. In 1983 Sergey Kara-Murza defended his doctoral thesis in history of science and technology and in 1988 became a professor.</p>
<p>Sergey Kara-Murza taught in Russia and Spain and authored several publications and academic studies dedicated to history, science and society. Among his most prominent works: “Mind Manipulations“ published in 2000 was dedicated to establishing and describing the problem of manipulation of public opinion by pro-Western mass media in Russia and Soviet Civilization, a work about history, political and economic organization of USSR. In the late 1990s and early 2000s Sergey Kara-Murza wrote a number of political and philosophical works on Eurocentrism, Globalization and Color revolutions.</p>