one-on-one (1996) 11/09/1996
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The main topic of the conversation is the Russian national idea.
The guests of the program are Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov and a member of the Presidential Council Sergei Karaganov.
Opinion about the threat to national security.
Profile of S.А.Karaganov.
View of А.И.Подберезкина.
Alexei Podberezkin about the futility of criticism of the state and the state structure of the past.
A glance at Russia as the spiritual and intellectual leader of the planet.
What fits into the definition of "national tragedy".
Who and how ruined the USSR.
SA Karaganov on moving forward, not looking back.
GA Zyuganov about the general state crisis and the program of getting out of it.
Reflections on the fundamentals of the Russian national idea.
Profile of Г.А.Зюганова.
Profile I.B. Chubais.
Igor Chubais about our origins and roots, as well as misconceptions about the country, communism and socialism.
SA Karaganov and AI Podberezkin on the theory of decay of society.
Political scientist Roman Pugachev with an assessment of the discussion.
The profile of R.Pugachev.
Why any ideology should have a myth structure.
The political program of GA Zyuganov.
Factors that could reunite and rally Russia.
PersonnelZyuganov G.A. - Doctor of Philosophy, teacher, statesman and politician.
Karaganov S.A. - Russian political scientist, doctor of historical sciences, economist, dean of the Faculty of World Economy and World Politics of the Higher School of Economics, adviser to the Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration for Foreign Policy (since 2001).
Podberezkin AI - candidate of political sciences, doctor of historical sciences, professor, academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and the Academy of Military Sciences, statesman and politician, state class adviser of the Russian Federation.
Chubais IB - Doctor of Philosophy, professor, social and political figure.
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