Proton is Russian, and of course has failed, and badly recently.
They skipped Ariane which had some early launch failures. India and Japan had lost vehicles as well. Everyone has launch failures at some point. (A more interesting question might be, is there a booster without a launch failure, defined as loss of mission/payload? Saturn V, Falcon Heavy come to mind as examples).
Falcon 9 had a full loss of mission in flight, CRS-7 and then during a hot fire test, with the payload attached, AMOS-7 blew up on the pad.
He could have listed Titan's many failures. Famous on in 1986 just after the Shuttle. Did not list either loss of Shuttles. (Challenger would have counted, Columbia less so in context).
He makes a fair point that lots of boosters fail.
Specific to answer the question, Falcon 9, Juno, Atlas, and Antares are all US boosters. Proton M and Proton (all variants) are Russian boosters.