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A lot of people were surprised when Russia came back on stage this year - but not Midrats listeners.
This Easter, let's go back 100 episodes to our interview with Midrats resident Russia go-to-guy, Dmitry Gorenburg.
Here were the questions we were trying to answer two years ago;
While the news seems to be all around Russia from the rise of China, the incredible success of the Baltic states, Afghanistan and Central Asian Republics, to the European edge of the "near abroad" - Russia continues to be a major player.
Is it still feeding off the corpse of the USSR, or is there a new dynamism and potential? If not a democracy in the Western sense and not Communist either - what is it?
Where does it see its role beyond a seller of weapons and energy? Is Putin just about Putin - or does he have a larger vision for Russia?
Why has Russia taken the position it has from Syria to Iran in the face of world opinion?
To discuss this and more, for the full hour we will have returning guest Dr. Dmitry Gorenburg, Senior Analyst, CNA Strategic Studies, an Associate at Harvard’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, author, and host of the Russian Military Reform blog.
Tonight on #SNFL we have Starvin Marvin Cifuentes from Spar Star to start the show. Next up is WMMA fighter Melanie Lacroix. She will be steeping in the cage at BAMMA USA. Wrapping up this stacked show is Dmitry Gerasimov, who is fighting for Lights Out on April 12th. We go LIVE at 7pm PST 10pm EST. #SupportLocalMMA
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nWo's Late Night Show "BIG BOSS HOUR" back and in full effect! WYWS lunatics at large and others here, including myself, have dulged ourselves into this technology from neuro gaming, handicapp assistance, including
Austin Thomas & his famous call from a military neuro conference on the so called "supe solider" 2045 conference, which again in all respects has been intensively covered bt A.T. and unraveling the matrix inciting a response from Dmitry Itskov!!! This show we will further explore the military applications ALREADY in use. As well as further PROVE the evolution of technology. While disproving "Ray" Kurzweil "theory" in which Point of Signularity has not yet happened. We wil exploit the currect POST-Orwellian society in which we live in and how this attributes to our loss of emotions
"Unraveling the Matrix/Truth Exposition" With Host Austin Thomas
Happy New Year! Tonight we kick off 2014 looking ahead to a couple great events this month, RFA 12 and MFC 39. Now sitting at 2-0, Zac Chavez looks for back to back wins for Resurrection Fighting Alliance. His fight with Danny Mainus was a fight of the year contender. The Colorodo based fighter trains at 303 Training Center and will be trying to make a splash in the new year. A native of St. Petersburg Russia, Dmitry Gerasimov is a regional and state champion in Taekwondo. Now training
Russian Internet entrepreneur Dmitry Grishin, one of the founders of Mail.ru, thinks that robotics will one day be as important as the Internet -- and that most big Internet companies will have to become robotics companies, too. Today on PandoWeekly, Hamish McKenzie speaks to Grishin about why he's betting big on consumer robotics, why Japan's robotics industry is more show than substance, and why Elon Musk and Peter Thiel are right when it comes to thinking bigger than the Internet.&nbs
Fran Lewis is back from vacation with great new shows.Join her on Thursday afternoon August 8 at 4PM EST 3PM CST 2PM MT 1PMPST. Her special guest is author, Dmitry Pototskiy. It's going to be a great interview and a wonderful discussion. for more info http://www.worldofinknetwork.com http://www.michiganavenuemedia.com
On this episode of America in Russian, we will wrap up the discussion of letters written by Sergey Dovlatov, a Russian-American writer, to his friends and family in the Soviet Union, in 1980s. Following that, Dmitry will share his thoughts on the difficulties of communicating cross-cultural differences between Russia and America, and the particular importance of Dovlatov's writing in that context. In Russian.
Father's Day Best of from almost a year ago. Can't believe we have waited a year since we talked about Russia ... so with Syria in the news - it might be interesting to see what the view was a year ago. For the full hour we will have returning guest Dr. Dmitry Gorenburg, Senior Analyst, CNA Strategic Studies, an Associate at Harvard’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, and author and host of the Russian Military Reform blog.
We begin this podcast of America in Russian #10, with an interview with a young Russian hockey player who's been playing in the United States for 3 years already, though he is only 18 years old - Ruslan Pedan. Ruslan shares what its like to be a young hockey player in the US, and what it's like to live in Wisconsin. ?? ?????? ??? ????????? ??????? ?? ?????? ? ???????? ? ??????? ??????? ?????????? ???????? ???????, ??????? ??? 3 ???? ?????? ? ??????????? ??????, ???????? ?
On the next episode of America in Russian, it's all about Soviet dissident Andrei Amalrik. Most widely known for his famous book written in the 1970s called "Will Soviet Union Survive Until 1984?" Andrei Amalrik was a prolific writer and fighter for human rights. We'll begin the show by playing a letter by Andrei Amalrik, followed by a reply to his letter, both read by Dmitry Rashkin. Finally, Dmitry will share his thoughts on the exchange. The program is i
Join On the Ice with Bryan Yates and John Ames, Sunday @ 7pm for 2 hours of NHL hockey talk. Bryan and John dive into all the news and happenings around the NHL. Our guest tonight is Member of the Professional Hockey Writers Association. Puck Daddy full time writer and TSN contributor, Dmitry Chesnokov.