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Obama’s first year

Melor Sturua, Publicist and Professor of Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota

It has been a year since Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44-th President of the United States. The inauguration was accompanied by great expectations of positive change, both inside and outside the country. One year on, how many of these expectations have come true? We will be talking about it with a famous Russian journalist who lives and works in the United States – Melor Sturua.