Putin, Russia and the West: Season 1, Episode 4

New Start (22 Dec. 2011)

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Anatoly Antonov ...
Himself - Chief Nuclear Negotiator, Russia
Gordon Brown ...
Himself
Bill Burns ...
Himself - Under Secretary of State, U.S.
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Himself
Anna Chapman ...
Herself (archive footage)
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Herself - Secretary of State, U.S. (archive footage)
Arkady Dvorkovich ...
Himself - Medvedev Adviser
Dan Fried ...
Himself
Robert Gates ...
Himself
Rose Gottemoeller ...
Herself - Chief U.S. Negotiator
Sergei Ivanov ...
Himself
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Himself (archive footage)
James Jones ...
Himself - National Security Adviser, U.S. (as General James Jones)
Mikhail Khodorkovsky ...
Himself (archive footage)
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Putin, first as Russian president and later as prime minister but power behind the throne of Medvedev, is unshakably determined to rebuild Russia's status as super-power rivaling even Bush's US. After the West's support for Kosovo's breakaway from Russian ally Serbia, the secessionist rebellions of Abchasia and South Ossetia against Saakashivili's Georgia are are a test of strength and determination, where the US refuses to commit against Russia, leaving mediation to French president Sarkozy. Meanwhile former Warshaw Pact states' US-pushed NATO applications are contested by EU states, mainly Germany. Written by KGF Vissers

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