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.
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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.
Russia's economy is in the hands of the nouveau riche oligarchy, which does not interfere with foreign policy, says Bachmaier.
In the second panel of the DASICON2017 the focus was - hardly surprising - on the conflict in the Ukraine.
Minsk II - The desire for politically motivated de-escalation in eastern Ukraine.
Various perspectives on the war in the Ukraine in a discussion led by Hannes Swoboda.
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…