Worldfocus producer Christine Kiernan blogs about the meaning behind a Russian sailor's version of "Let It Be" making the rounds on YouTube.
Christine Kiernan, Researcher, Russia, Eastern Europe and the Balkans
Christine Kiernan has associate produced documentaries for National Geographic, the History Channel, Discovery Channel and PBS. She began her career in the mid-1990s working in Moscow as a newscaster on local radio and as a researcher for the Los Angeles Times. Christine has also organized training seminars for journalists in Tajikistan for Internews, an NGO that works to strengthen local independent media. She holds a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, and a master’s in Russian/Central Asian regional studies from Harvard University.
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World leaders gathered in Poland today to mark the 70th anniversary of World War II amid rising tensions between Russia and Poland. Vladimir Lensky of Russia’s Channel One television and bloggers discuss Russia's role and responsibility in WWII.
Worldfocus producer Sally Garner is in Riga, Latvia, reporting on the country’s floundering economy. She writes about how the financial crisis has impacted daily life in Latvia.