Reconsidering Russia Podcast: An Interview with Vladimir Pozner

The eleventh installment of the Reconsidering Russia podcast series features celebrated journalist Vladimir Pozner.

In this wide-ranging interview, Mr. Pozner discusses his life and career. It encompasses discussions of Mr. Pozner’s parents’ activities in the French Resistance in World War II, the Pozner family’s emigration to the USSR, the Khrushchev Thaw, the reaction of Soviet society to the Cuban Missile Crisis, Mikhail Gorbachev’s glasnost and perestroika, space bridges between American and Soviet societies, the Yeltsin years, the current state of US-Russian relations, and Russian society today.

This interview also includes lengthy discussions of Mr. Pozner’s prolific journalistic career of over 50 years, including his work presenting the “Soviet side” of the story on Ted Koppel’s Nightline and other programs, his partnership with Phil Donahue, his television career in contemporary Russia, and depictions of Russia in the American press today.

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One thought on “Reconsidering Russia Podcast: An Interview with Vladimir Pozner

  1. Why aren’t your podcasts downloadable? I listen to all my podcasts on an mp3 player, but yours cannot be downloaded. Is this your choice? Or a problem with Mixcloud? If the latter, then host them somewhere else that allows downloads.

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