Georgy Bovt( Russia's famous journalist, political scientist, co-chairman of the Party 'Right Cause'.)
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Biography Georgy Bovt
Georgy Bovt was born in Moscow on January 11, 1960. In 1982 he graduated in history from Moscow State University named after Lomonosov, ibid worked and studied in graduate school specializing in the history of political parties in the U.S.. In 1986 he received a PhD in history, a thesis on the fight against corruption and reforming the civil service (administrative reforms) in the United States.
. After working at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) RAS
. Bovt went to the United States, where in 1992, graduate course at Columbia University (Columbia University), specializing in international relations.
. After returning to Russia Bovt began working in the media, first as a correspondent for the publishing house "Kommersant", later became the head of the political newspaper "Kommersant"
. In addition, from 1997 to 1999 Bovt worked in the newspaper "Today". From 1999 to 2004 Bovt was deputy editor and chief-editor of the newspaper "Izvestia".
. From October 2004 to May 2007 Bovt served as chief editor of business magazines "ID Rodionov, as well as its member magazine" Profil "and" BusinessWeek Russia "
. When Bovt Profil magazine became one of the most famous and profitable public and political magazines in Russia. In 2007 Bovt was suddenly dismissed from the "ID Rodionov". According to rumors, one of the reasons for his dismissal was that he did not support "fuzzy" scheme of remuneration for the publishing house. However, experts say, . Bovt, . likely, . was fired for promoting the well-known pro-Kremlin journalist Mikhail Leontiev, . who was appointed chief editor of Profil, and subsequently from the pages of the magazine helped the campaign "United Russia",
. Bovt called himself the cause of his resignation "a mixture of political and other reasons" and said that he could not explain the reasons for dismissal.
After dismissal from the "Profile" Bovt headed the magazine "Russian Grants and Competitions. In addition, since 2001 Bovt is a columnist "Gazety.Ru.
. Bovt included in the analytical non-governmental Council on Foreign and Defense Policy.
. In October 2008 it became known that Bovt enter the party leadership "just cause", formed at the confluence of the Union of Right Forces (SPS), "Democratic Party" and "Civil Force"
. Bovt was one of the sponsors of the party program "Capitalism for All". November 11, 2008 Bovt criticized the proposal of President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev to increase the presidential term from 4 to 6 years. Nov. 16 at the founding board of "just cause" Bovt, together with the leader of "Business Russia" Boris Titov, and former deputy chairman of the ATP Leonid Gozmanom was elected Co-Chairman. The experts noted that the new party will certainly be loyal to the Kremlin.