Episode 6 - Russia, the Threatening Neighbor

Episode 6 - Russia, the Threatening Neighbor

Berlin Policy Journal Podcast

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Episode 6 —  Russia, the Threatening Neighbor   For our sixth episode of the Berlin Policy Journal Podcast, we look at Russia’s role in the trouble spots surrounding Europe, and explore its actions as the threatening neighbor in international relations.    First, Swedish-American scholar Anders Åslund from the Washington-based think tank the Atlantic Council puts Vladimir Putin’s recent moves into perspective.   Then, Koerber Foundation’s Liana Fix assesses Emmanuel Macron’s attempts to take the fast lane to Moscow, and the effects this has on Germany’s Russia policy.   For the view from Europe, we turn to DGAP colleague Milan Nič, who gives us an overview of the next steps the EU is planning to take vis-à-vis its troublesome neighbor.   Finally, host and Berlin Policy Journal executive editor Henning Hoff speaks with BPJ editor Noah Gordon about how the decline of fossil fuels will fundamentally reshape geopolitics with Russia and other nations.  ———————————— The Berlin Policy Journal is a bi-monthly digital magazine on European affairs, edited in Germany’s capital and published by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). It’s the sister publication of Internationale Politik, Germany’s leading foreign affairs magazine. You can read the Berlin Policy Journal on our website https://berlinpolicyjournal.com/ or receive it free of charge via our app for Android and iOS devices.
 
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Episode 6 —  Russia, the Threatening Neighbor   For our sixth episode of the Berlin Policy Journal Podcast, we look at Russia’s role in the trouble spots surrounding Europe, and explore its actions as the threatening neighbor in international relations.    First, Swedish-American scholar Anders Åslund from the Washington-based think tank the Atlantic Council puts Vladimir Putin’s recent moves into perspective.   Then, Koerber Foundation’s Liana Fix assesses Emmanuel Macron’s attempts to take the fast lane to Moscow, and the effects this has on Germany’s Russia policy.   For the view from Europe, we turn to DGAP colleague Milan Nič, who gives us an overview of the next steps the EU is planning to take vis-à-vis its troublesome neighbor.   Finally, host and Berlin Policy Journal executive editor Henning Hoff speaks with BPJ editor Noah Gordon about how the decline of fossil fuels will fundamentally reshape geopolitics with Russia and other nations.  ———————————— The Berlin Policy Journal is a bi-monthly digital magazine on European affairs, edited in Germany’s capital and published by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). It’s the sister publication of Internationale Politik, Germany’s leading foreign affairs magazine. You can read the Berlin Policy Journal on our website https://berlinpolicyjournal.com/ or receive it free of charge via our app for Android and iOS devices.
 
Contact us with questions or suggestions: podcast@berlinpolicyjournal.com
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