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75: Fiona Hill Pulls Back the Curtain on Russia and Vladimir Putin

iGen Politics

Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation. Be sure to subscribe to and rate us on Apple Podcasts. You can also find us on Spotify or any other podcast streaming services. Find Intergenerational Politics on social media: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/intergenerational-politics/id1522241906 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Intrgenpolitics Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intergenpoliticspodcast/

1hr 1min

19 Mar 2021

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Friday Night w/ Friends: Fiona Hill

Newark United Pentecostal Church

The digital broadcast from March 5th, 2021.

6 Mar 2021

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episode 2 with Dr Fiona Hill: widening access to HE

MAKE IT MAKE SENSE with Leyla Hussein and Stella Maris

Join Leyla and Stella for their conversation with Dr Fiona Hill in Episode 2 of the Make It Make Sense podcast! In this episode, Leyla, Stella, and Fiona discuss widening access to higher education. They answer various questions from students about access-related issues, share advice, and reflect on their personal university experiences.

1hr 2mins

4 Mar 2021

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The Economist Asks: Fiona Hill

The Economist Asks

How should President Joe Biden deal with President Vladimir Putin? At a point of “acute confrontation” between America and Russia, Fiona Hill, former official at the US National Security Council and expert on Russia, tells Anne McElvoy how post-Trump relations might look. Also, why Russian opposition figurehead Alexei Navalny is like Harry Potter— challenging a ruthless leader. Also, was Hill herself poisoned on a research trip in Russia in 2002?For full access to the print, digital and audio editions of The Economist subscribe at www.economist.com/podcastofferSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

31mins

25 Feb 2021

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The Economist Asks: Fiona Hill

Economist Radio

How should President Joe Biden deal with President Vladimir Putin? At a point of “acute confrontation” between America and Russia, Fiona Hill, former official at the US National Security Council and expert on Russia, tells Anne McElvoy how post-Trump relations might look. Also, why Russian opposition figurehead Alexei Navalny is like Harry Potter— challenging a ruthless leader. Also, was Hill herself poisoned on a research trip in Russia in 2002?For full access to the print, digital and audio editions of The Economist subscribe at www.economist.com/podcastofferSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

31mins

25 Feb 2021

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Amanpour: Fiona Hill, Rick Wilson, Ashraf and Rula Ghani

Amanpour

As the U.S. still reels from Wednesday's attack on Capitol Hill, former senior director on President Trump's National Security Council Fiona Hill joins Christiane to assess whether impeachment is warranted. The Lincoln Project’s co-founder Rick Wilson weighs in, joining calls for President Trump to resign or be removed from office. He speaks with Hari Sreenivasan about what’s at stake. Then in an exclusive joint interview, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and First Lady Rula Ghani discuss peace in Afghanistan and talks with the Taliban, coronavirus, and relations with the US.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

55mins

11 Jan 2021

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Interview with Dr Fiona Hill - University of St Andrews 2020 Rector Candidate

Eco-Activist Journeys

This interview with Dr Fiona Hill is part of a series interviewing all Rector candidates on the topic of climate justice and sustainability in St Andrews. In this episode I speak to Dr Fiona Hill on the topic of climate justice, activism, politics, and sustainability in St Andrews. Fiona Hill originally came to St Andrews from a working-class family in Durham. Once she graduated from St Andrews, she went on to study both a Masters and PhD at Harvard University. In the United States, she has advised three Presidents, and is a world-renowned voice on foreign affairs, specifically on Russia. Furthermore, she was a witness at the 2019 Trump Impechment Trial. Despite all her achievements, Fiona has never forgotten St Andrews, from serving as head of the St Andrews American foundation, where she worked to increase and diversify the numbers of American students coming to St Andrews, to administering the University's honorary graduation address in 2019. As a rectoral candidate, Fiona wants to increase accessibility across St Andrews from facilitating communication between the administration and students, increasing interaction with alumni networks, and bolstering and advertising the Rector's Fund. Many thanks to Fiona for taking time to do the interview with me. If you are a student at the University of St Andrews, please take time to listen to all three interviews and make sure vote in the Rector Elections on Thursday the 15th and Friday the 16th of October 2020.

23mins

14 Oct 2020

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Dr. Fiona Hill on Russia's Role in the 2020 U.S. Election

Podcasts for the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations

A conversation featuring Dr. Fiona Hill, Sr. Fellow at the Brookings Institution, former National Security Council member andamp; leading expert on Russia and its modern leadership

59mins

14 Oct 2020

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The Director's Chair: Fiona Hill reflects on her journey from Bishop Auckland to the White House

Lowy Institute: Live Events

In this episode of The Director’s Chair, Michael Fullilove speaks with Brookings Institution scholar, and former Russia adviser to President Donald Trump, Dr Fiona Hill. Fiona is one of the world’s leading Russia experts. She has worked in the US government under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, and then served for two years in the Trump Administration. At the end of 2019, Fiona became world-famous following her testimony in the impeachment hearings into Donald Trump’s presidency. Michael and Fiona reflect on Fiona's journey from County Durham in northern England to the corridors of the White House in Washington DC, and discuss the British class system, the US foreign policy establishment, American partisan politics, US-Russia relations, and Donald Trump's relationship with Vladimir Putin.

32mins

3 Aug 2020

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Fiona Hill: Fortitude

The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

Fiona Hill is the former Senior Director for Russia and Eurasia on the National Security Council. A highly respected scholar on Russian history and culture, Fiona was born and raised in the industrial northeast of England. She comes from a long line of coal miners – uncles, cousins – families, like hers, that persistently struggled with poverty. Fiona’s father, Alfred, joined his own brother in the coal mines at the age of 14. Her mother, June, who still lives in Bishop Auckland – was a midwife. And though money was always tight, Fiona grew up in a loving and supportive family that strongly embraced both her desire to go to college and, ultimately, to emigrate to the United States – a place her father loved and admired and always hoped one day might be his own home.Guided by a series of dedicated mentors and teachers, Fiona graduated from the University of Saint Andrew’s in Scotland, and then earned her Ph.D. at Harvard. Along the way, she studied Russian history and culture and became fluent in its language.Fiona became a naturalized American citizen in 2002 – a country that gave her opportunities that she would not have enjoyed in the UK, where the fact that she grew up poor and with a distinct working-class accent, she believes, would likely have held her back.She served at the highest levels within the US government, on both the National Intelligence Council under Presidents Bush and Obama and, ultimately, on the National Security Council under President Trump. Fiona is deeply respected for her expertise on Russia and Eurasia and widely admired for her honesty, courage, intellect, and fortitude.Fiona testified in the 2019 House impeachment hearings of President Trump, and you can find a link to her written testimony here.https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/trump-impeachment-inquiry/read-full-text-fiona-hill-s-opening-statement-public-impeachment-n1088351Fiona is also the author or co-author of three books about Russia and Vladimir Putin:· The Siberian Curse: How Communist Planners Left Russia Out in the Cold, with Clifford Gaddy (2003)· Energy Empire: Oil, Gas and Russia's Revival (2004)· Mr. Putin: Operative in the Kremlin, with Clifford Gaddy (2015).Fiona shares with host Chuck Rosenberg reflections on her extraordinary public service career and her work at the highest levels of the National Security Council. If you have thoughtful feedback on this episode or others, please email us at theoathpodcast@gmail.com.

1hr 20mins

15 Jul 2020

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