Presentation of a book about an American journalist in the USSR

What was it like being in the middle of political tension in Moscow and being tasked with explaining the Soviet Union to American society? Veteran journalist Marvin Culb recounts his journey from radio host to one of America's most famous foreign correspondents. In his newest memoir, Russia's Appointment: Becoming a Foreign Correspondent in the Crucible of the Cold War, Kalb takes readers on a personal journey through some of the darkest moments of the Cold War and the early days of television news. Based on his own experience, Kalb will comment on the relationship between the United States and Russia and highlight diplomacy in a changing time, which is becoming more important as technological advances and social media are changing the way information is delivered.

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