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Robert G. Kaiser
Booknotes, Sunday, June 2, 1991
Robert G. Kaiser discusses Why Gorbachev Happened: His Triumphs and His Failure.

Robert Kaiser, deputy managing editor of the Washington Post, discussed his book, "Why Gorbachev Happened: His Triumphs and His Failures." Formerly a world correspondent for the Post, Mr. Kaiser wrote on Soviet President Gorbachev's rise to power and the successes and failures of President Gorbachev's policies in the Soviet Union. In his analysis of President Gorbachev's political life, Mr. Kaiser mentioned three aspects that shaped the Soviet leader's rise to power: courage, intelligence, and endurance for stupefying boredom during his years in the conservative party apparatus. He went on to discuss his work in writing the book, his experiences in the Soviet Union, and his work on the Post. (timspalding)… (more)
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A conversation about American journalism
Charlie Rose, Friday, May 3, 2002
Leonard Downie; Robert G. Kaiser

A conversation with journalists Robert G. Kaiser and Leonard DownieJr. of (timspalding)

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Robert G. Kaiser, with The Washington Post since 1963, has covered Congress, the White House, and national politics; reported from abroad as the Post's correspondent in Saigon and Moscow; served as the paper's national editor and managing editor; and is now associate editor and senior correspondent. He has written for Esquire, Foreign Affairs, and The New York Review of Books, and is the author or coauthor of six books, including Russia: The People and the Power. He has received awards from both the Overseas Press Club and the National Press Club. He lives in the town where he was born: Washington, D.C.
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