Videos Featuring Angela Stent

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Putin’s World: Russia Turns Against the West and Pivots to China

Putin's World: Russia Turns Against the West and Pivots to China from East-West Center on Vimeo.

Angela Stent talks about her book, Russia, and growing tensions with Russia and China in this event at the East-West Center. Read More Here.


Mueller report latest and a Russia reality check

Andrea Mitchell and her panel discuss the latest on the Mueller report and revisit Russian involvement in U.S. politics. Read More Here


After Words with Angela Stent

Georgetown University Professor Angela Stent examined Russia’s foreign policy and international goals. She was interviewed by Representative Dina Titus (D-NV), a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee. Watch the full video here.


Expert: Russia “never seems to learn” how things work in U.S .

Ali Velshi talks with Russia expert and Georgetown University professor Angela Stent, author of the new book “Putin’s World: Russia Against The West and With The Rest,” about what Russia hoped to accomplish when it interfered in the 2016 election. – Courtesy MSNBC


Angela Stent provides her insight on US – Russia relations on CBSN

“Since taking office, President Trump has made significant changes to how the U.S. deals with Vladimir Putin and Russia. Angela Stent, author of “Putin’s World: Russia Against the West and with the Rest” and the director of the Georgetown University Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, shares her insights in CBSN.” – Courtesy CBSN on YouTube


Interview with Angela Stent, Director of Russian Studies Program at Georgetown University

Carlos Pasqual’s Interview with Angela Stent, Director of Russian Studies Program, Georgetown University


Angela Stent on the US-Russia Relations and American Sanctions

Successive US presidents have failed to forge better relations with Russia. Today, Europe sits between two nuclear superpowers who just cannot get along.

Angela Stent, Director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, Georgetown University, speaks on predictability seeking in relations between Washington and Moscow, American sanctions policy and the basic reasons to impose economic restrictions against Russia.

“Russia does have a sphere of interest in its neighborhood, the US governments have not been willing to accept that”, the expert said in an interview with the Valdai Discussion Club.


A Difficult Position

Successive US presidents have failed to forge better relations with Russia. Today, Europe sits between two nuclear superpowers who just cannot get along.

Angela Stent, director of the Center of Eurasia, Russian, and Eastern European Studies at Georgetown University, discusses US-Russia tensions and their impact in Europe.