29.08.2019
Ukraine and Europe from Chernobyl to Zelensky

A conversation on the nuclear energy debate in 2019, the future of Ukraine under Zelensky, and where climate action is headed in the years to come.

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09.08.2019
The Limits of Geopolitical Thinking

A conversation on the geopolitical world Europe finds itself in, how different powers think about foreign relations differently, and what this all means for Eastern Europe.

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02.08.2019
Belarus in the Multipolar World

Strong ties with Russia prevent Belarus from becoming a fully neutral and independent state. To maintain sovereignty, Minsk must find its place in the multipolar world.

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16.07.2019
“Democracy is like a Sand Castle”

UCL assistant professor Brian Klaas discusses the West’s role in global democratic decline and what should be done to reverse this trend.

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29.04.2019
Renewables in the Energy Security Landscape in Poland and Ukraine

In the long run, the transition to renewable energy may prove key to breaking Poland and Ukraine’s dependency on Russian gas.

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23.04.2019
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: A Revolutionary Legacy

Today, the UDHR remains an important reference point and source of inspiration for activists across the globe.

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29.10.2018
“Russia feels like it’s winning”: Hacking Relations between Russia and the West

A discussion on Russia’s relationship with the EU, power politics, and the annexation of Crimea.

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26.07.2018
Dark globalisation: the politics of spectacle

Putin’s Russia is governed by means of political theatre designed to deflect and distract. From ‘us’ vs. ‘them’ foreign policy to anxious masculinity, this politics has spread from Russia to Europe and the United States, corroding democracy on the way.

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26.06.2018
Liberal Democracy’s War with Itself

With authoritarian populism on the rise, liberal democracy in Europe is facing an existential crisis. In this interview, Yascha Mounk, author of The People vs. Democracy, hashes out the conundrum facing democracies old and new.

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15.03.2018
The Kremlin’s loyal friends in Europe

Across Europe, complex entanglements link the Kremlin and the far right. How do these relations work and what’s in it for Russia?

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