Podcasts

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May 20, 2024

Foreign Affairs’ Daniel Kurtz-Phelan - on America, China, Ukraine, and geopolitics

Revealing Marshall's post-WWII bid to unite the U.S. and China, with lessons for today's global landscape.
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May 15, 2024

“Immediate solidarity”: being a foreign reporter in war-torn Ukraine - with Jen Stout

Scottish journalist shares her experiences of traveling through war-torn Ukrainian cities and villages.
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April 16, 2024

Ukraine passes its mobilisation law: will it help? - Weekly, 8 - 14 April

Ukraine has passed the long-awaited mobilization law.
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April 12, 2024

Time to rethink Russian cultural imperialism - with Vitaly Chernetsky

Do we have concepts and ideas to think critically about Russian cultural imperialism?
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April 8, 2024

Will NATO increase its support for Ukraine? - Weekly, March 28 - April 7

Germany searches for Patriot air defence systems for Ukraine not only in NATO countries but also throughout the world.
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March 28, 2024

Ukrainian energy sector grapples with disruption after largest Russian strike - Weekly, 20-27 March

Russia returned to its tactics of destroying Ukrainian energy infrastructure, attempting to plunge Ukrainians into darkness.
Podcast
March 22, 2024

Why did Russia invade Ukraine? - with Maria Popova and Oxana Shevel

Why are identity and political values, rather than geopolitics, the genuine causes of the Russian invasion of Ukraine?
Podcast
March 20, 2024

Russia held illegal “elections” in the occupied territories of Ukraine - Weekly, 12 - 19 March

In violation of international law, Russia held sham presidential elections in the occupied territories of Ukraine. But this was far from the only violation.
Podcast
March 14, 2024

Ukrainian prominent diplomat Pavlo Klimkin reflects on Ukraine in the world today

Pavlo Klimkin was Ukraine’s foreign minister for 5 years (2014-2019), including during the first five years of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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March 12, 2024

Ukraine is one step closer to getting the munitions it needs - Weekly, 5-11 March

While the Russians have resorted to the scorched earth strategy on the frontlines, the Czech Republic brings the much needed ammunition closer to Ukraine.