Governor of Ukraine's Odessa Region, former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, for Monocle

Mikhail Kuleshov, general manager of ThyssenKrupp Russia, for WE

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Artist Joseph Kosuth, a book commission

Oleg Dusaev, former Russian Culture TV anchor, fired for coming out as gay, for The Guardian Weekend

Masha Gessen, US-Russian journalist and LGBT-activist, for The Guardian Weekend

Artists Arseny Zhilyaev and Nikolay Alekseev, for Afisha

Pussy Riot's Maria Alyokhina and Nadya Tolokonnikova, for Observer The New Review

Maria Alyokhina and Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot, for Observer The New Review

Maria Alyokhina and Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot, for Observer The New Review

Rita Popova, editor of Look at Me, for The Fader magazine

Rishat Yulbarisov (left) and Andrei Kasyanenko, ballet dancers, for Afisha

Rita Popova, editor of Look at Me, for The Fader magazine

Stage director David Bobée, for Libération

Police investigator-turned-cartoonist Vladimir Marinichev, for Bolshoi Gorod

Elena Timchenko, head of charities Ladoga, Neva, Kluch, for Bloomberg Markets

Anna Sherbina, immunologist, for Bolshoi Gorod

Andrei Skoch, businessman and MP, for Brand Eins

Stage director Kirill Serebrennikov, for Libération

Count Lobanov-Rostovsky, for Afisha

Singer Svetlana Surganova, for F5

Alexey Gorbunov, owner, HLAM gallery, for Afisha

Michael McFaul, US Ambassador to Russia

Michael McFaul, US Ambassador to Russia, for Monocle

Actress Anna Pukhova, for Newsweek Japan

Vladimir Kekhman, businessman, director, Mikhailovsky Theatre, for Afisha

Gallerist Marina Gisich, for Monocle

Ekaterina Borchenko, ballet dancer, for Afisha

Dmitry Rogozin, politician, for Russian Reporter

Natalya Timakova, primer minister's press secretary, for Bolshoi Gorod

Katerina Kameneva, editor, Downtown.ru Voronezh, for Afisha

Irina Prokhorova, co-founder, Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation, for Monocle

Actor Ilya Ivanov, for Ogonёk
Olga, air hostess, for Bolshoi Gorod

Eduard Boyakov, theater director and producer, for Afisha

Oleg Karavanets, a PR man, for Snob

Maxim Isaev, artist, for Afisha

Fashion designer Ludmila Korotkova, for Afisha

Police investigator-turned-cartoonist Vladimir Marinichev, for Bolshoi Gorod

Konstantin G. Bekhterev, yachtsman

Mikhail Tatarnikov, chief conductor, Mikhailovsky Theatre, for Afisha

Dima Barbanel, designer, for Bolshoi Gorod

David Bernstein, exhibition designer, for Art Chronicle

Architects Savely (left) and Egor Arkhipenko, for Monocle

Larisa Latynina, Soviet Olympic champion, for Financial Times Weekend

Vladimir Potanin, president and owner of Interros Co., for Bloomberg Markets

Nikolai Novichkov, deputy minister, for Bolshoi Gorod

Soviet dissident and former MP Sergey Kovalev, for Afisha

Tatyana Miltseva, ballet dancer, for Afisha

Soviet pop idol Yuri Loza, for Afisha

Sergey Muraviev, actor, for Bolshoi Gorod

Yulia Ivanova, 2002 Moscow Theatre Siege survivor, for Afisha

Governor Alexey Gordeev of Voronezh Region, for Bolshoi Gorod

Natalya Zharikova and Natalya Magnitskaya, widow and mother of slain lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, for Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin

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Anna, TV series fan, for Afisha

AXE theatre troupe, for Afisha

Dmitry Shapovalov, owner of a boardshop, for Afisha

Olga Karput, owner of fashion store KM20 in Moscow, for Amuse