Each year, thousands of UFO hunters and scores of scientists come to the Urals to study unexplained phenomena. But is there any explanation for the paranormal activity in this region? Where are the UFOs coming from?
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Filmed in and around Moscow and St Petersburg, this documentary sees the SBS Radio & Television Youth Orchestra's first venture into the land of so many renowned musicians. For conductor, Matthew Krel, it is also a return to his native land after 22 years. The program includes interviews with Russian musicians, teachers, academics, critics and students. The program also features works by Shostakovich, Borodin, Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, Rimsy - Korsakov and Stravinsky, among others.
This is a conversation from the Tällberg Workshop in Helsinki 2015 . The workshop was designed to be the first of a series that will consider the variety of forces shaping the future of the great powers, starting with the U.S., Russia, China, Europe, and Japan. We looked at demographics, culture, religion, technology, economics, history, political structures, military capabilities, etc.. The idea was to explore fundamental, long term dynamics that are likely to define the next generation of geopolitics. In a sense, we wanted to look into the future in order to better understand the present.
Moderator Alexander Kovaler, Founder and Chairman, AK Russia Advisers, LLC Speakers Erik Berglöf, Director, Institute of Global Affairs, London School of Economics Mark Garber, Senior Partner and Chairman, GHP Group Steven Hellman, Former CEO, Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States, Credit Suisse Maxim Oreshkin, Deputy Minister of Finance, Russian Federation Ernest Rudyak, Chairman and CEO, Engeocom Trust The Russian economy is under pressure. Against the current backdrop of continued economic sanctions, low energy prices, a devaluing currency and an unresolved military conflict with its biggest neighbor, Ukraine, panelists will discuss the viability of the Russian economy and outline where Russia goes from here. What opportunities lie within the country and do its historically strong energy and commodity sectors offer opportunities for international investors? How are local financial markets coping under such pressure, and which sectors call for optimism? Finally, how does the political landscape look and will Russia repair its relationship with the West -- or turn away and look east for continued strengthening of strategic cooperation?