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Hosted by renowned researcher Olga Lautman and political activist Monique Camarra, KREMLIN FILE takes audiences on a riveting journey through the rise of Putin and the spread of authoritarianism across the globe and into the Trump White House. Featuring interviews with Masha Gessen, Yuri Felshtinsky, Bill Browder, and Craig Unger, Season One dives head first into Putin’s Russia and their ongoing active measures campaign around the world. Brought to you by the creators of Active Measures. Exe ...
 
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The Kremlin Playbook

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The Kremlin Playbook

CSIS | Center for Strategic and International Studies

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In 2016, a rival foreign power, Vladimir Putin’s Russia, launched an attack on the United States of America. What we now know is that American intelligence agencies have concluded that Russia planned and executed a campaign to undermine our democracy and to affect our Presidential election. For President Trump, Russia is a complicated subject. But this podcast isn't about Donald Trump's complications with Russia, nor is it about Republicans and Democrats. One of the dangers in the hyper part ...
 
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Olga and Mo are joined by New York Times bestselling author and expert on extremism Malcolm Nance, who was one of the first to sound the alarm in 2016 on Russia’s attack on our election. We explore the 2016 election, why Russia chose Trump, the dangers posed to our law enforcement and intelligence agencies under Trump, and the US foreign policy tha…
 
Anton Shekhovtsov, author of "Tango Noir: Russia and Western Far Right," talks with Olga and Mo about the birth of the far right and extremist parties in Europe from the ashes of the Second World War and how they have evolved to today. Whether it's dealing with Europe or the US, Putin has adopted his strategies to wield influence and power over mai…
 
Mo and Olga are joined by Jacopo Iacoboni to explore the effects of Russian operations in Italy and what they can tell us about Putin’s global plans. A country whose former prime minister is one of Putin's closest friends and where Steve Bannon wanted to run a right wing school - Italy acts as a middle ground between east and west. Jacopo Iacoboni …
 
David Pepper, the recent chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party, joins Mo and Olga to talk about the greatest dangers to American democracy today and how everyone from elected officials to everyday citizens can fight back. David authored the 2021 best seller “Laboratories of Autocracy: A Wake Up Call From Behind the Lines.” Guest Twitter: @DavidPepp…
 
As tensions mount with Russia on European borders, Olga and Mo talk to former Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves and French Foreign Policy Expert Nicolas Tenzer to unpack what is happening and what the response should be to the blatant Kremlin aggression seen in Ukraine. Find our guests on Twitter: @IlvesToomas @NTenzer Olga & Mo on Twitter: @…
 
Olga and Mo host an emergency episode to discuss the ongoing migrant crisis on the Belarus border. This orchestrated crisis created by Lukashenko and Putin is an attempt to destabilize Europe. Olga and Mo are joined by LTG (Ret.) Ben Hodges who served for 38 years in the U.S. Army and worked alongside NATO forces against conventional and hybrid thr…
 
John Foley, a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel and career Intelligence Officer, joins Olga and Mo to discuss how the Kremlin has strategically targets the far-right “Patriot” Movement, a community with strong ties to the U.S. military. Foley explains how Russian cyber actors have used asymmetrical warfare tactics to destabilize the U.S. militar…
 
David Kramer, who served eight years in the U.S. Department of State during the George W. Bush administration, joins Olga and Mo to take a look back at our tumultuous relationship with Russia. Kramer gives his insight on how the Biden Administration can move forward with Russia. What will it take? More understanding? More backbone? Listen to find o…
 
In celebration of Halloween (Putin’s least favorite holiday), each guest from Spooky October returns to share their spookiest spy story from life undercover in the CIA. From hiding in cow poop to KGB break-ins, buckle up with Olga and Mo for a haunted hay ride down memory lane with @burgessct, @StephChartell, @john_sipher, and @StevenLHall1.…
 
On our third episode of Spooky October, Olga and Mo talk with former intelligence officers Steven Hall and John Sipher. Both served long careers at the CIA, leading and managing intelligence operations abroad. Having served for years in Moscow, Steve and John give their unique perspective on US-Russia relations, covering everything from the cold wa…
 
On our second episode of Spooky October, Olga and Mo interview Stephanie Hartell, the former Chief of CIA’s Counterterrorism Center’s Technical Targeting Group. Stephanie discusses the rise of extremism in America and the eerie similarities between January 6 and what she saw abroad serving in authoritarian countries. Find our guest on Twitter: @Ste…
 
This October, we will be exclusively interviewing spies to hear about their fascinating, and sometimes spooky lives as undercover agents. Our first guest is Christopher Burgess, the 30+ year veteran of the CIA, who was stationed in the Soviet Union during the Cold War at a time when spies on both sides were selling information to their country’s en…
 
We’ve touched on spies but never before have we discussed Kremlin spy operations like this. Edward Lucas joins Olga and Mo to discuss how and why Russian intelligence operations pose a unique danger to democracy. Edward Lucas is a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). He was formerly a senior editor at The Eco…
 
Belarus has drawn international condemnation in recent months for President Lukashenko’s horrid human rights abuses and callous rule. Mo and Olga speak with expert journalist and CEPA fellow, Tadeusz Giczan, to discuss Lukashenko’s brutal regime, the recent events in Belarus, and Tadeusz’s experience on the ground fighting. Tadeusz's Twitter: @Tade…
 
With the Russian Duma Elections being held this Sunday, September 19, Olga and Mo wanted to do a special episode. Instead of giving attention to the corrupt, rigged election process in Russia, the hosts decided to use this episode to honor fallen activists and journalists who have been killed trying to stop corruption in Russia and expose truth. Th…
 
Olga and Mo are joined by Paul Niland and Daria Kaleniuk to continue their exploration of hybrid warfare. They discuss how Ukraine became the testing ground for Putin’s campaign against the west, only to emerge as the standard-bearer in the fight against corruption. Daria Kaleniuk is co-founder and executive director of the Anti-Corruption Action C…
 
What do explosions in the Czech Republic, a Bulgarian arms dealer, and fascist memes in Ukraine have in common? Let's find out! Mo and Olga are joined by Heather Conley and Jakub Janda to discuss the clear and present dangers of Russian hybrid warfare in eastern Europe. Heather’s Kremlin Playbook: https://bnkr.la/CSIS-KremlinPlaybook2 Jakub’s Twitt…
 
Olga and Mo welcome Bill Browder, who shares the story of Sergei Magnitsky’s murder, his vow for justice against the Kremlin, and his rise to the top of Putin's kill list. Bill’s Twitter: @Billbrowder Bill’s Website: www.billbrowder.com Olga's twitter: @OlgaNYC1211 Mo's twitter: @MoniqueCamarra @KremlinFile KremlinFile.com Meidas Media + bunker cre…
 
Olga and Mo are joined by one of Putin’s Most Wanted, Yuri Felshtinsky, who co-authored the book "Blowing Up Russia" with Alexander Litvinenko - the former Lieutenant Colonel in the FSB who was poisoned with radioactive polonium in London in 2006. Yuri peels back the layers of Putin and the Russian Secret Service, exposing the nature of the KGB and…
 
“The Kremlin Playbook 2” report demonstrates that some countries facilitate or enable the type of Russian malign economic influence that was uncovered in the first Kremlin Playbook report. On this episode, Heather A. Conley (CSIS), Donatienne Ruy (CSIS), and Martin Vladimirov (Center for the Study of Democracy) take listeners behind the scenes and …
 
No episódio 7 do podcast Café Com Kremlin, falamos sobre militarismo na Rússia, tendo como pano de fundo o 9 de maio na Rússia, que é o feriado do Dia da Vitória, quando o país celebra a vitória da União Soviética sobre a Alemanha nazista na II Guerra Mundial - ou Grande Guerra Patriótica, como chamam os russos.--> Imagens da celebração do Dia da V…
 
Neste sexto episódio do podcast Café Com Kremlin, contamos com a ilustre participação do amigo Guga Chacra, comentarista de Oriente Médio da Globo News e colunista do Globo e do Estadão.Conversamos com o Guga sobre as conflitantes narrativas contadas por Washington e por Moscou a respeito do conflito na Síria. E faltou muita coisa ainda. Falou fala…
 
Neste quinto episódio do podcast Café Com Kremlin, conversamos sobre os estereótipos que os russos têm sobre o Brasil. Além de Carnaval, futebol e praia, eles associam o Brasil a calça branca, macacos selvagens, lambada, Escrava Isaura... Calma! Calça branca? Macacos selvagens? De onde eles tiraram isso? A gente explica tudinho no podcast.Ah. Duran…
 
Nosso terceiro episódio do podcast Café Com Kremlin fala da tragédia na cidade russa de Kemerovo e como o assunto repercutiu internamente e internacionalmente. Um incêndio em um shopping da cidade deixou 64 vítimas fatais, incluindo 41 crianças. Falamos ainda sobre a decisão coordenada de mais de vinte países ocidentais de expulsar ao mesmo tempo m…
 
Nosso segundo episódio do podcast Café Com Kremlin fala da avassaladora - mas que não chega a ser surpreendente - vitória de Vladimir Putin nas eleições presidenciais russas. Analisamos os números, o comparecimento às urnas e a oposição.Conversamos ainda, brevemente, sobre o novo capítulo da crise entre Reino Unido e Rússia. Boris Johnson disse que…
 
There’s a frenzy in Washington surrounding the 2016 election and Russia’s interference in it. Plenty of the buzz is partisan in its tenor, and there is plenty of it to go around on both sides of the aisle. This episode of The Kremlin Playbook rises above partisan politics and focuses on what options the US has to counter Russia’s interference in ou…
 
Russia’s interference in our election didn’t happen in a vacuum. The Russians have been waging influence campaigns across Europe for decades. That’s why Heather Conley of CSIS studied Russia’s operations in Central and Eastern Europe. Her findings are contained in a report that has become a must read in Washington—it’s called The Kremlin Playbook. …
 
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