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Panorama

Synopsis

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The Red Peril
After the success of Vladimir Zhirinovsky in Russia's recent elections, Panorama examines the threat to world peace.
"Zhirinovsky epitomises the strong and aggressive nationalist feeling in Russia, with talk of invading Finland and the best borders being sea borders," says editor
Glenwyn Benson. "His election result has made people stop and think that Russia might be a force to be reckoned with after all."
Presented by the BBC's former Moscow correspondent, Bridget Kendall , the programme examines the dangers
Zhirinovsky's popularity poses to the west in terms of stability. The strongfeelings of national pride and resentment running high in Russia could form the seed-beds of nationalist aggression, with attempts to regain control of former territories such as the Baltic lands and the Ukraine.
Producer Mike Robinson

Contributors

Unknown: Vladimir Zhirinovsky
Unknown: Glenwyn Benson.
Unknown: Bridget Kendall
Producer: Mike Robinson






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