Steve Rosenberg

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Steve Rosenberg speaks on the continuing challenge of reporting from Russia, following the invasion of Ukraine. Steve is Russia Editor for BBC News and the BBC’s longest serving Moscow correspondent. He has lived and worked in Russia for nearly thirty years. He arrived in time to witness the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, experienced the tumultuous 1990s when Boris Yeltsin was in the Kremlin and, since 2000, has been charting Vladimir Putin’s presidency. He has reported from across the former Soviet Union and conducted many high-profile interviews, among them interviews with former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, the oligarch Roman Abramovich and the leader of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, for which he won a Royal Television Society award.

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