Valentin Sergeevich Zorin (born February 9, 1925, Moscow, USSR - died April 27, 2016, Moscow, Russia) is a Soviet and Russian political scientist, American historian, TV presenter, journalist, political columnist for Central Television and All-Union Radio. Doctor of Historical Sciences (1963). Since 2014 - political commentator at the International News Agency "Russia Today". Honored Worker of Culture of the RSFSR (1973). Laureate of the USSR State Prize (1976).
Movies & TV shows
In the middle of America
In the most that neither is in the middle of America, on a flat, flat as a pillar, stretching for hundreds of miles, Prairie Valley known as the "Great Plain", where the Kansas River flows into its mo...
Reporting on the covering America
Americans are alarmed... What they have witnessed - a group of journalists from Soviet television, having appeared on American soil in the summer of 1982, America has not yet seen. To whom it would se...
America of the seventies. Gateway to the South
This film is about the administrative center of Georgia, the city of Atlanta, about the social and political problems of its inhabitants.
Salt of the earth US
United States of America, early 1980s. From the height of a fifty-story building located in the center of New York on a granite cliff in Manhattan, people on the streets seem small, and the problems t...
America of the seventies. Where do Los Angeles roads lead?
In ancient times, when heraldry was in use and every self-respecting city considered it necessary to have its own coat of arms, it was placed on that coat of arms that was symbolic and lily for the ci...
Las Vegas by day and night
The fame of many cities is associated with something quite certain - history, famous factories, architectural monuments, the Olympic Games - after all, Located in the Nevada Desert, far from American ...
America of the seventies. Dallas Mysteries
American cities, unlike, say, European ones, cannot boast of a history of the past two millennia. There are no old palace fences, no deep antiquity.., but even in this row, Dallas, spread out on the T...
America of the seventies. Pittsburgh Steel and Gold
In the next episode of the series "America of the Seventies," political commentator Valentin Zorin tells about the history of the founding, economics and social contradictions of a major center of the...
America of the seventies. Two New York City
New York is the largest city in the modern world. In greater New York, together with the suburbs, in the 1970s, sixteen million people live, and in the city itself there are about ten million. America...
America of the seventies. On the banks of the Mississippi
In the next episode of the series "America of the Seventies" political observer Valentin Zorin travels through the most "European" city in the USA, the capital of jazz - New Orleans. Throughout the co...
America of the seventies. San Francisco hills
In this episode of the series "America of the Seventies," political commentator Valentin Zorin travels through one of the most famous and visited cities in the United States, the "pearl of the West Co...
America of the seventies. Boston contrasts
Boston. In those distant times, when virgin forests were still rustling on the site of today's Washington, when proud and free Indians gathered at the wigwams, on the site of which New York and Chicag...
America of the seventies. Philadelphia: past and present
Walk through one of the oldest cities in the United States - Philadelphia. "The City of Brotherly Love" or - Philly, as the Americans affectionately call it, is proud of its historical sights, because...
Contradictory America. Faith, hope, love and hate. Film 1
Chicago. In the first part of the film, the author tries to answer the question: "Did the African Americans who traveled to the north, including to Chicago, succeed in finding human conditions of exis...
Contradictory America. Faith, hope, love and hate. Film 2
In the second film, the author tells about the struggle of blacks for the right to feel equal with all US citizens. Commentary of the mayor of Cairo, one of the cities in the American South, about the...
Essay by political observer Valentin Zorin, impressions of his visit to the United States, the course of the election campaign. New trends in US politics and public sentiment. Interviews in English wi...
The USA is not only about skyscrapers and highways, street bustle, and car herds. America is fields and forests, deep rivers and endless expanses, hot south and snow-covered north, high mountains and ...
USA: danger from the right. Demoniac from Wisconsin
Professor Valentin Zorin, political observer of the USSR State Television and Radio Broadcasting, talks about Joseph McCarthy, an American politician, a senator from Wisconsin, who held an extremely a...