Andrey Zubov

25. 10. 2014

Andrei Zubov was dismissed this spring from his post at the State Institute of International Relations after he wrote an article criticizing Russia’s conduct during the Crimean crisis. Officially for “immoral behavior.” Professor Zubov is the head of the authors of the book The History of Russia in the 20th Century. He replaced Alexander Solzhenitsyn as the editor-in-chief. What is modern-day Russia like? What is life in Russia like for those who criticize Russia? And is it possible to describe the history of such a complicated country without being biased? Andrei Zubov wants to live in Moscow to be able to point out the mistakes of the Russian government as best as possible. Our conversation is in the original version. Professor Zubov speaks in Russian while the moderator speaks in Czech.

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Russian version

Andrey Zubov

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Research of James Kakalios

20. 5. 2017

Research of James Kakalios

Research of James Kakalios

Research of James Kakalios