How the US created Vladimir Putin – Vladimir Pozner

In 2018, Yale University’s programme in Russian, East European and Eurasian studies and the Poynter Fellowship for Journalism hosted Vladimir Pozner, the acclaimed Russian-American journalist and broadcaster.

Pozner spoke on the impact of US foreign policy towards Russia after the Soviet Union was disbanded and shared his opinions on a range of issues raised by the audience, from alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential elections to the Skripal poisoning (the poisoning of a former Russian military officer and double agent for the British intelligence and his daughter) to the state of independent media in Russia and the US.



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Marta
Marta
21 Mar 2022 6.06am

He is well known propagandist in Eastern Europe. He made so many false claims in his past that it is impossible to count. Looks like West and Asia loves him, as not too many people really realises what is going on in our region. He made a lot of false claims about Russia as well- look even at Russian opposition that was wiped out totally in 2 days. He is strongly biased gentelman and it’s pity that he has so many supporters.

Gram Massla
Gram Massla
4 Mar 2022 11.17pm

Despite provocations the rights of Russians cannot supersede the rights of Ukrainians. Russia must, of necessity, endeavor to change the minds of Ukrainians on the question of NATO by means other than killing. This war bears witness to a realignment; a consanguineous constellation of forces comprising of India, Pakistan, China and Russia.The longer the war goes on the more cement will be added to this pact. This has ramifications. With the populations of the West shrinking, the two largest potential consumer base will be swept from under the Western rug. Will the West allow this to happen?

Lisa Solis
Lisa Solis
4 Mar 2022 3.31am

The U.S. provoked Russia, which was their plan all along.
Any country, including the US would fight if their enemy was setting up their military right on their borders.

They knew exactly what Putin would do if they kept pushing for Ukraine to join NATO, and they planned this whole thing not caring that the Ukraine ppl would be the ones being harmed.

So, if they want to blame anyone, they should look in the mirror, but they won’t, instead they will use the MSM to make everyone hate Russia for protecting their country!

Joe Castello
Joe Castello
2 Mar 2022 11.04am

The guy is heavily biased and provides false information. For example when he mentions “Kosovo being part of Serbia for centuries and centuries…” is a false statement.

Frederico Bussinger
Frederico Bussinger
28 Feb 2022 6.27am

I would love to have a trasncript: me too

Lou Judson
Lou Judson
27 Feb 2022 11.54pm

This is an important talk. I would love to have a trasncript so it wouldn’t take two hour!