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World Affairs Today

There's Something About Russia

There's Something About Russia Since the end of the Cold War and the dissolution of the USSR, the Russian Federation, its successor, has struggled to redefine itself in the post-Cold war era. This has often brought Russia into contention with the United States. Despite a "reset" of relations in 2009, the two countries have remained adversarial, facing each other on opposite sides of multiple international issues such as the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine, as well as the expansion of NATO. Accusations...
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  • program length: 59 minutes
  • episode #1303

Sunday, September 17 at 1:00 pm on 12.3


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"World Affairs TODAY" is a public information service of the World Affairs Council - Washington, DC. Each week the program is recorded in front of a live audience in Washington and focuses on a major global issue and foreign policy topic. Speakers include U.S. and foreign government officials, foreign policy experts, authors, journalists, economists, Nobel Laureates, and global business leaders.Through these programs, viewers gain insights and a better understanding of the most challenging issues facing the United States and the world in the coming years. Join us as we explore World Affairs TODAY. Produced by Adam Krell, Auteur Productions, LTD. Broadcast in English.