Russia and America: a string of illusions on 7/17/2017
Александр Генис: Накануне встречи Трампа и Путина в Гамбургe “Нью-Йорк Таймс” напомнила своим читателям o другом контакте лидеров двух стран - Кеннеди и Хрущева. Их разговор, как вспоминают очевидцы, начался с того, что советский президент, демонстрируя радушие, шутливо сказал Кеннеди: “Помните, что мы за вас голосовали!” Это та фраза, пишет журналист, которую Трамп больше всего боялся услышать от Путина.
With WNYC on 3/3/2017

Is the world seeing the dawn of a new Cold War between the United States and Russia? As questions continue to swirl about the Kremlin’s involvement in the 2016 presidential election, a familiar pattern seems to be emerging. In this special episode, we explore how the nation of about 143 million has changed since the Russian Revolution of 1917, and how the history between the U.S. and Russia is influencing the geopolitical landscape today. 

With Russia Today on 10/3/2016

Russia and the United States have a long history of loving to hate one another. Both have defined themselves in opposition to the other, while also rejoicing at detentes and looking jealously when the other pursued relationships elsewhere. Can the two ever develop a mature, drama-free mode of communication? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by David Foglesong, Professor of History at Rutgers University and author of the book The American Mission and the Evil Empire.

The American Mission to Save Russia With Sean on 9/19/2016

Guest:

David Foglesong is a Professor of History at Rutgers University where he specializes in American-Russian relations. He’s the author of The American Mission and the Evil Empire. His most recent article is “The Perils of Prophecy: American Predictions About Russia’s Future Since 1881.”