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The Russia File

The Russia File podcast explores Russia: its history, politics, culture and society, and its relations with the surrounding countries, the United States and beyond. It is a companion podcast of the Kennan Institute’s Russia File blog. Hosted by Maxim Trudolyubov and Izabella Tabarovsky.

info_outline Russia and the West: Highs and Lows 12/16/2021
info_outline The Autocrats’ Playbook: Putin’s Russia and Erdogan’s Turkey 07/22/2021
info_outline The Contemporary Relevance of Andrei Sakharov's Message 06/07/2021
info_outline Rethinking the Space Race 04/23/2021
info_outline Weak Strongman: Discussing the Limits of Putin's Power with Timothy Frye 04/09/2021
info_outline Sputnik V: International Success, Domestic Problems 03/15/2021
info_outline Beyond Electoral Politics: Social Change, Not Political Awakening 01/24/2021
info_outline A Poisonous History: The Kremlin's Fear of an Imported Revolution 12/16/2020
info_outline Russian-Speaking Israelis and How They Changed Israel 12/07/2020
info_outline Electoral Politics and the Role of the Media 11/12/2020
info_outline Why Study Russia? 10/16/2020
info_outline Vladimir Putin’s Version of World War II 09/25/2020
info_outline Russia’s Military and the World’s Post-Arms Control Future 07/31/2020
info_outline Limited Violence, Unlimited Manipulation: How Informational Dictatorships Work 07/13/2020
info_outline Searching for Hidden Narratives of World War II in Russia 06/19/2020
info_outline Belarus's Parallel Realities: An Entrenched Presidency Meets an Awakened Society 05/28/2020
info_outline Russia in a Pandemic and Moscow's Two Competing Instincts: Increase Control or Shift the Blame 05/12/2020