Samuel Rachlin has been international correspondent for Danish Radio and TV2 in Moscow and Washington for many years.
Throughout his journalistic career he has reported on various contemporary historical events like the fall of the Berlin Wall, the collapse of the Soviet Union and the terrorist attacks of the 11th September 2001.
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Samuel Rachlin: I, Putin
The riots on the Square of Independence in Kiev was the beginning of a great political drama unfolding in the middle of Europe and threatening to put world peace at risk.
“The Russian Spring” did not bring freedom and democracy to Ukraine, but invasion, annexation of death and destruction in its wake. Moscow’s aim was to destabilize Ukraine by using a mixture of masquerade, lots of weapons, propaganda and lies. The Western World got a rude awakening and discovered
that Vladimir Putin was in the process of creating a new world order.
Samuel Rachlin has followed and commented on the crisis in the Danish media from the beginning, and in I, Putin he analyzes the conflict by portraiting the person Putin and mapping his behavior and development as the leader of Russia. The book uncovers Putin’s vision and mission as one that will not only restore Russia, but also sees it as part of its historic task to give the nation its lost identity.
A short and current analysis of Putin’s politics and background by one of the most prominent Russian Connoisseurs.