1. NUESTRA CANCIÓN DE NAVIDAD - Yeltsin & Rocio

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    Esta Navidad sólo quiero agradecer a Dios por el regalo más grande que he podido recibir jamás :)

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    • Mi regalo favorito en esta Navidad eres tu amor- Rocio Maricruz

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      Los dias que estamos juntos son unicos y especiales, porq nuestro amor es puro y eufórico, nos amamos cada dia más la pasamos de lo mas lindo, porq compartimos todo hoy en día nuestro amor es inmenso. Yeltsin & Rocio

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      • Sample / RED TSARS. PRESIDENTS OF RUSSIA / EPISODE: PUTIN. LEAP YEAR / DIR: Vitaly Mansky

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        2001 / Russia / 59 min Watch the whole film at DAFilms.com from August 18 to 24, 2014 for free! Award-winning filmmaker Vitalij Manskij followed Mikhail Gorbachev, Boris Yeltsin and Vladimir Putin during the course of a year. The result is both an insider’s account of politics in Russia and an intimate portrait of the three ‘Red Tsars’. Episodes: Gorbachev. After Empire Yeltsin. Another Life Putin. Leap Year

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        • Russia since the Collapse of Communism

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          The collapse of both Communist power and the USSR in 1991 was a shock for many Russians, and resulted in serious identity problems. Their perceived humiliation was compounded in the latter half of the 1990s as their president (Yeltsin) appeared increasingly weak. Reaction to such humiliation helps to explain why so many Russians admire and support Putin. Unfortunately, as the Russian economy has become more troubled, Putin has increasingly played the nationalist card – and recent events in Ukraine have worked to his advantage. But could this all backfire on both Putin and Russia? This seminar highlights key Russian developments and problems since 1991; arguing that Putin is in a more precarious position than is generally realised. Leslie Holmes is an Honorary Professorial Fellow in the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne, having been in the School and its predecessor since 1983, and a Professor of Political Science there since 1988. He also teaches every year at the University of Bologna, the Graduate School for Social Research in Warsaw, and the People’s University in Beijing. He originally trained as a Russianist, and last visited the country in October 2013. He has authored or edited fourteen books, and has another two due at the publisher this year. He specialises in Communist and post-communist politics, corruption, and organised crime, particularly in Europe; his work has been translated into eleven languages. He was the President of the International Council for Central and East European Politics 2000-2005, President of the Australasian Association for Communist and Post-Communist Studies 2005–2007, and has been a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia since 1995.

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          • RD Exclusive: Harvard Professor Timothy Colton talks on Yeltsin, Navalny and Putin

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            RD Exclusive: Harvard Professor Timothy Colton, the author of a bestselling biography of Boris Yeltsin, explains how the perception of Russian political leaders such as Vladimir Putin and Boris Yeltsin impacts the image of Russia in the West. Read more: http://russia-direct.org/content/does-west-demonize-putin-and-idealize-yeltsin

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            • President Yeltsin talks about cycling.

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              A great and rare interview about cycling with former Russian president Yeltsin. We missed you Boris !

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              • FUEL USSR (Moscow 1992)

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                A short film made during our trip to Moscow in 1992 to accompany the third issue of FUEL magazine entitled USSR. Filmed in Super 8.

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                • Grand Theft Russia

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                  The Pillaging of the former Soviet Union; The Yeltsin Coup; Polls in Eastern Europe; A Third Way?

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                  • Stephen Cohen on Russian Protests and "The Soviet Union's Afterlife" in The Nation Magazine

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                    Allegations of widespread fraud in the recent elections that gave Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's United Russia party a parliamentary majority have galvanized massive street protests in opposition to the Russian political establishment. This comes on the 20th year anniversary of the breakup of the Soviet Union. “The reason that the people that control the financial oligarchy of Russia don't want free elections, is they know that ... the people would vote for candidates pledging to confiscate their property,” which was privatized in the 1990s, says Stephen Cohen, professor of Russian studies at New York University. He notes “these elections were not free and fair, but they were the freest and fairest and 15 years,” and that members of the country’s middle class make up the bulk of the protesters. Cohen also argues the American media has failed to report on the resurgence of the Communist Party, supported mainly by working class voters in Russia’s vast provinces, which could challenge Putin in the 2012 presidential race and force a run-off election. His most recent book is titled, "Soviet Fates and Lost Alternatives: From Stalinism to the New Cold War." His latest article, “The Soviet Union's Afterlife,” appears in the new issue of The Nation magazine. To watch the complete daily, independent news hour, read the transcript, download the podcast, and for more Democracy Now! reports, visit http://www.democracynow.org FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/democracynow Listen on SoundCloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/democracy-now Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/VM

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                    • Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin - Critical Drain

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