Prof. Gerhard Mangott talks with us about the recent successes of the Ukrainian offense, the g20 summit, the death of Jewgeni Prigoshin and possible territorial cessions.
Tag - Russia
Prof. Gerhard Mangott and Mag. Matthias Penkin on the state of the war in Ukraine, back in September 2022.
Univ. Prof. Dr. Mangott on how Russia´s war against Ukraine has affected and changed the international political order and what it means for Ukraine, Russia, NATO, EU, Europe, the USA, China and global stability going forward.
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.
Political scientist Prof. Gerhard Mangott about the possibility of the usage of atomic weapons, the partial mobilisation and its implications, the UN resolution, Russia's standing in the world and the continuation of European sanctions.
In our latest interview with political scientist Prof. Gerhard Mangott we spoke about the current situation, the counter offensive of the Ukrainian army, visabans for Russian citizens, the effectiveness of the sanctions and the enlargement of the Russian army.
Inna Meteleva is a fiercy Ukrainian freedom-fighter, innovation-promoter, businesswoman and a caring mom. She had to flee from her war torn home country Ukraine and came to Austria, from where she is now doing her best to help fellow Ukrainians. Her focus of attention: The continued support and recovery of Ukraine.
Political scientist Univ. Prof. Dr. Gerhard Mangott analyses the current situation in the Donbass region, Putin´s geopolitical menauvering, China´s support for Russia and the role of the USA under President Biden in this war.
German-Russian political scientist Matthias Penkin about his impressions of Russia, the risk about speaking up, Putins speech on May 9th and the importance of staying in contact with the civil society of Russia.
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.