In our last podcast for this year, we look back at this eventful year - together with political scientist Prof. Gerhard Mangott. The war in Ukraine, China, Iran, the United States and the European Union are amongst our topics.
Tag - EU
Political scientist Gerhard Mangott on the Donbass offensive, the delivery of weapons, the prospects of Ukraine joining the EU, Finnland & Sweden joining NATO, and the relations between Hungary/Serbia and Russia after their elections.
Political scientist Prof. Mangott gives a brief overview of the Ukrainian history, takes a look at the possible weakness of Russian warfare and the situation of the refugees and explains why Russia is not Putin.
This week we welcome political scientist Prof. Dr. Heinz Gärtner, who will explore with us the possible ways out of the war in Ukraine - unfortunately he cannot spread much optimism.
In this conversation with political science professor Gerhard Mangott we analyze the protests in Kazakhstan and revisit the political standoff between Russia and Ukraine. We take a look at the ongoing Russia-NATO talks on the Ukraine crisis and discuss why the EU is not taken seriously as a politcial player by Russia and the USA.
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.
The difficult path of the Balkan country Bosnia-Herzegovina regarding the EU-membership.
in a discussion chaired by Paul Schmidt, an expert group examined constructive ideas in an increasingly populistic world
It is regrettable that voters who wanted to punish a crippled and undemocratic system instead punished those politicians who would have wanted to change it...
What effect will the EU GDPR have on the individual? Will companies be put in their place or is this again one of these feared illusions?
The NEOS party: definitely exemplary, also for others.
The move away from the formal republic towards a presidential republic is the most central change in Ukraine, according to Alexej Jakubin. But two-thirds of Ukrainians are not satisfied with the current government's work. This is partly because the oligarchs continue…