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The Russian Media: Lessons From the 1990s – Nataliya Rostova

Nataliya Rostova is one of the leading researchers on Russian media. In her lecture "The Russian Media: Lessons of the 1990s," Rostova discusses how the vector of Russian media development, established after the collapse of the U.S.S.R., led to the Putin regime — and explains who among Putin's functionaries are the real pillars of the regime.

This lecture at George Washington University is part of a series of talks by media professionals and experts on Russia organized by The Moscow Times at leading universities and research centers around the world.

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