When you’re an American media-analysis show looking to talk about free-speech, not many media heavyweights in Moscow will speak with you. One of the few who will is Vladimir Mamontov, editor-in-chief of one of Russia’s most important newspapers – Izvestia. He defends the Kremlin's view of the relationship between a free press and political stability.
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