Join us for a timely conversation on the global fallout from Russia’s aggression in Ukraine featuring Carnegie scholars Karim Sadjadpour, Alexander Gabuev, Rose Gottemoeller, Judy Dempsey, and Ashley J. Tellis, moderated by NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.
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Beth Sanner joins Aaron to talk about Russia, Ukraine, and the importance and know-how of intelligence gathering in times of national crises.
Beijing sees the Ukraine crisis as its opportunity to gain influence over financial markets.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s speech to parliament fundamentally shifted Germany’s foreign, security, and defense policies, with major regional repercussions.
Dmitri Trenin joins Aaron to talk all about the Ukraine crisis and dissects Putin's strategy.
The European Union’s struggle to respond to the buildup of Russian troops along the Eastern Ukrainian border reveals the bloc’s internal divisions but also the need to rethink the continent’s security architecture.
Russia’s threats to invade Ukraine again should lead to a fundamental change in Berlin’s policy toward Moscow. If not, Eastern Europe will become a contested region that destabilizes the EU.
Germany’s refusal to provide military assistance to Ukraine has baffled many of its European and NATO allies. If Berlin does not adopt a bolder, unambiguous stance toward Russia, it will undermine the West’s deterrence efforts.
It’s leaving the West weaker and divided on the Ukraine crisis.