Carnegie Council's "Playing for Power" Airs on MHz Worldview TV Channel on Sunday, October 7

Oct 4, 2012

Carnegie Council is pleased to announce that Playing for Power: The Agents Who Derailed the Soviet Union will be broadcast on MHz Worldview TV Channel on Sunday, October 7, at 12:00 Noon ET.

Bringing together little-known archival footage and brand-new interviews, Playing for Power sheds light on the prominent and backroom players who brought Boris Yeltsin to power in 1991, but lost momentum during the implementation of democracy in Russia.

For a one-minute preview of the show, click here.

MHz Worldview is a national, independent, non-commercial channel presenting fresh, relevant English-language international content. For a list of where to watch it, click here.

MHz will also stream this program live. Watch it online here.

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