Taking the Russian pulse with longtime reporter
Christiane Amanpour speaks with David Filipov of the Washington Post about the St. Petersburg attack, recent protests, and his appearances on Russian TV. Source: CNN
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Глава представительства The Washington Post Дэвид Филиппов о ситуации в США, России и мире.
WNYC: David Filipov, The Washington Post’s bureau chief in Moscow, on the latest news and analysis following the assassination of Russia's ambassador to Turkey.
KGO's Ronn Owens gets the impressions straight from Moscow about U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's visit, as well as tensions over the situation in Syria.
Nerve Agent Deliberately Used To Poison Former Russian Spy, British Investigators Say Journalist David Filipov, former Moscow bureau chief for The Washington Post, tells Here & Now's Robin Young that the incident sounds "so much like a James Bond novel."
BPR: For two years, David Filipov was The Washington Post's Moscow bureau chief. Now, he's back in Boston and told us what the U.S. just doesn't get about Russia, and vice versa.
Boston Globe reporter David Filipov has been covering the underbelly of the Sochi Olympics. He's spent time with the villagers of a town called Solokh Aul, about 20 miles from Sochi.
'Why are Americans so fat?' And other questions Russians have about us.
The Washington Post's Moscow bureau chief, David Filipov, is a frequent guest on Russian TV talk shows — an experience he lovingly calls "a suicide mission."
DF: "When you go on those shows, you're the token Westerner. And everybody who has ever had a gripe about America can sound off on you." Other interviews with David Filipov on PRI's The World
Russia Thinks U.S. Is Meddling In Vladimir Putin's Presidential Campaign | The Last Word | MSNBC
WaPo Moscow Bureau Chief David Filipov says talk about Putin's challengers is being called meddling.
Pentagon Investigating Russia's Role In Syrian Chemical Attack | The Last Word | MSNBC
Tom Nichols & David Filipov join Lawrence O'Donnell to discuss Putin's ties to Assad and his motivations in the region.
RadioBDC: The writer talks about his 'The Fall of the House of Tsarnaev' piece in the Boston Globe.
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