Terry Crews | Joe Biden's Summit with Vladimir Putin: A Closer Look
Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
What does it mean when the President of the United States retires to become a painter? Can you separate the artist from their work? Should we even want to separate the artist from their art? To discuss these questions and more we invited our friend Kelly, a political insider, to help us think about how to think about famous painter, George W. Bush.www.sufferingfromartism.com
Garry Kasparov: On Vladimir Putin, his Global Influence, and Standing up for Freedom
Conversations with Bill Kristol
What are the latest developments in Russia with the Putin regime? How have recent protests surrounding the arrest of opposition leader Alexei Navalny affected it? What is the nature of Putin’s power and why have his tactics so often been effective? To discuss, Bill Kristol is joined again by former world chess champion and human rights activist Garry Kasparov. According to Kasparov, the recent protests have demonstrated deep dissatisfaction in Russia with the Putin regime and the depth of its corruption. However, Kasparov notes that Putin has proven stubbornly effective at maintaining power and may yet weather this and other challenges he faces. In response to Putin’s authoritarianism, Kasparov calls for America and the leaders of the West to develop a coherent strategy for countering Putin’s aggression and for defending the principles of liberty, democracy, and free markets that have been the source of our strength.
The Alleged Defamation of NHL Star Artemi Panarin by Russian President Vladimir Putin
The latest episode of the Foul Play-by-play podcast discusses five opening arguments, including the alleged defamation of New York Rangers star Artemi Panarin by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Gambling addict/expert Brad also shares a pair of bad beats betting NASCAR.https://media.blubrry.com/foulplaybyplay/content.blubrry.com/foulplaybyplay/FPBP2.mp3Family of Vincent Jackson v. NFLFormer NFL player Vincent Jackson was recently found dead in a hotel room and might have been dead for three days before being discovered. Jackson reportedly suffered from alcoholism and concussions. The Jackson family is hypothetically suing the NFL for damages, alleging the league's delayed action to curb concussions it knew caused CTE.NFLPA v. NFL and NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice SmithMany NFL players believe the current collective bargaining agreement DeMaurice Smith negotiated is excessively benefiting NFL owners at the players' expense. NFL players approved the CBA last March by a margin of just 60 votes, and it won't expire for 10 years. Hypothetically, the NFLPA alleges the CBA was not negotiated in good faith, challenging the validity of the agreement.Artemi Panarin v. Vladimir PutinThe New York Rangers said the allegation that their star Artemi Panarin assaulted an 18-year-old girl over a decade ago is a fabricated response to his support of a Kremlin critic. In this hypothetical case, Panarin, citing emotional distress and lost wages, is suing Russian President Vladimir Putin for defamation.The People of Texas v. Jerry Jones and Comstock Resources, Inc.Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is also the majority owner of fossil fuel company Comstock Resources, Inc. Shortages of natural gas combined with increased demand pushed natural gas prices up over 500 percent during a winter storm in Texas. The company, however, was already increasing production in anticipation of increased demand for natural gas. The hypothetical people of Texas allege price gouging and are hypothetically suing for refunds.Timberwolves Associate Head Coach David Vanterpool v. Minnesota TimberwolvesThe Minnesota Timberwolves fired head coach Ryan Saunders and hired Toronto Raptors assistant Chris Finch without conducting a formal search or offering associate head coach David Vanterpool the job on an interim basis. Vanterpool is suing, claiming racial discrimination, hypothetically speaking.
Liberty Dies With Thunderous Applause: Dictators of History
The hosts unravel the lives and legacies of two rulers of Russia, Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Putin. The hosts discuss Stalin's bizarre childhood, his outmaneuvering of Trotsky, his superb use of propaganda, the great purge of suspected dissidents, how agricultural collectivization lead to famine, his leadership during World War 2 and his eventual death. They also discuss Putin's early life as a KGB agent, his rise to power within the Russian Federation, his capitalization on the Chechen war, control of the media, murder of dissenters, meddling in US elections, the Syrian civil war and invasion of Ukraine. These two dictators battle it out in Round 13 of the knock-out tournament to determine the single greatest dictator of all time. One of these two dictators will be eliminated from the tournament and the other will remain in contention to be crowned history's biggest dictator.
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30. The World According to Vladimir Putin with Brian Taylor
This American President
Vladimir Putin remains one of the world’s most enigmatic leaders, but Professor Brian Taylor has spent years studying what makes the Russian president tick. In this episode, Dr. Taylor discusses his book, The Code of Putinism.⭐Get this episode ad-free for only $5/month⭐LinksFacebook: facebook.com/ThisAmerPresInstagram: instagram.com/thisamericanpresidentTwitter: twitter.com/ThisAmerPresHome: thisamericanpresident.comCreditsHost: Richard LimProducer: Michael NealArtist: Nip Rogers, NipRogers.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
15: Russia Episode! A Discussion on Foreign Policy Priorities, Vladimir Putin and International Relations w/ Max Suchkov
The Perch Pod with Jacob Shapiro
Register for the Communications and Geopolitics Webinar HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/communications-and-geopolitics-what-leaders-need-to-know-now-tickets-122586488487In this episode, Jacob speaks with Max Suchkov, a Senior Fellow and Associate Professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO). He is also a non-resident expert at the Russian International Affairs Council and an Associate Research Fellow at the Italian institute of International Political Studies. Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 2:46 What’s the trajectory of the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict?9:35 Whither Iran?15:07 What are the chances for direct Russia-Turkey conflict, now and in the future?25:55 What are Russia’s top foreign policy priorities?32:50 What does Russia think about Xinjiang?36:49 A Russian’s view of the US48:20 Will Putin still rule Russia in 2030?50:48 OutroSubscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any new episodes! We put out new videos every other MondayQuestions? Reach out at: firstname.lastname@example.orgSocials-Twitter: https://twitter.com/PerchSpectives LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/perch-perspectives/ Website: https://perchperspectives.com/