Olivier Védrine

Olivier Védrine

Olivier Védrine is a French political scientist and TV anchor one of the very few foreigners who having worked in Russia for many years now living in Ukraine.

He left Russia where he was the chief editor of the Russian version of the French National Defense Review, in protest at the annexation of Crimea in February 2014.

In 2018, he had his own English-language news show on Ukrainian television the “Western Voice with Olivier Vedrine” on Obozrevatel TV station, or Oboz.tv and since 2016 he is the Chief Editor of "Russian Monitor"  https://rusmonitor.com/ (a newspaper of the Russian opposition).

He previously hosted “Weekly with Olivier Vedrine” on UA.TV and, before that, “UA Tea Time” on First National Channel with Sergiy Velichansky. He has presented more than 150 TV shows for free to support Ukraine.

Since 2019, he is the president of The Global Transformation Academy in Kiev https://www.gtaua.org/ .

For more information here is his Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olivier_V%C3%A9drine

Latest Articles

Interview with Slava Rabinovich

On 26 February, Slava Rabinovich, a political analyst close to the Russian democratic opposition, was interviewed by Olivier Védrine for EuTalk and The Russian Monitor. 

France and Germany should pass Magnitsky law

The whole world is shocked by news from Putin's Russia: the head of the Anti-Corruption Fund, Alexei Navalny, like Sergei Magnitsky, Anna Politkovskaya, Boris Nemtsov before him, fell victim to a ruthless assassination attempt, apparently organized with the approval of the owner of the Kremlin's main cabinet.

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