Political Scientist Dr. Gerhard Mangott reviews the stages that led to the growing tensions between Russia and the Ukraine and takes a look at the role of the USA, China and the European Union in that conflict.
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Univ.Prof. Dr. Gerhard Mangott looks back at the history of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, analyzes the current tensions after the Russian mobilisation and gives his evaluation of why Russia has reacted like that.
Matthias Penkin talks with us about Putin and Russian politics, Russias relations to Ukraine, China, and the USA and its problems with the Corona-vaccination and the economic dependency on raw materials.
Political scientist Gerhard Mangott explains Alexei Navalny's position within the Russian opposition, his strengths and weaknesses, his historic mission and why he came back to Russia.
Is there a chance for the Iran Nuclear Deal (JCPOA) to be reactivated? What are the requirements to make it work? And which expectations do the participating parties have?
A panel of experts discusses migration on a factual basis and explains possible solutions for coming migration waves.
We Invited the expert for international security matters, Dr. Heinz Gärtner, to talk with us about Neutrality, journalism, the Iran Deal and North Stream 2.
DeLanie Young, the newly elected Mayor of Telluride, Colorado, about her views on politics and the struggles at a local level.
Hilary Cooper, San Miguel County Commissioner and environmental activist, speaks about the local political system and its implications.
Interview with Louis Pfaff, Trump voter and constitutional conservative.
The recent electoral results in the USA prove that election crowdfunding is a very powerful tool - especially for the political left.
The Istanbul Convention requires measures against domestic violence. What has actually happened in Austria since then?