End of Russia as Energy Superpower

CSIS’s Nikos Tsafos and Ben Cahill join the podcast to talk about energy prices and the future of the energy and climate landscape in wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. According to Tsafos, we are…
The Truth of the Matter

Can Europe have its own military power?

"How can Europe protect itself from Russian blackmail? The European Union and other major economies have imposed swift, broad and devastating sanctions in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But given Europe’s energy dependence on…
THE INSIDE STORY PODCAST

The Kremlin’s gas wars

"How can Europe protect itself from Russian blackmail? The European Union and other major economies have imposed swift, broad and devastating sanctions in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But given Europe’s energy dependence on…
The Sound of Economics

What are the global implications of sanctions on Russia?

Russians are paying a price for the invasion of Ukraine as economic sanctions start to bite. But Russia is also a major producer of oil, gas and grains for the rest of the world, so…
THE INSIDE STORY PODCAST

Europe’s recovery budget

"A conversation with Member of the European Parliament and Chair of the Committee on Budgets Johan Van Overtveldt. Bruegel’s Director Guntram Wolff is joined by MEP Johan Van Overtveldt, Chair of Committee on Budgets in…
The Sound of Economics

Europe’s recovery budget

"A conversation with Member of the European Parliament and Chair of the Committee on Budgets Johan Van Overtveldt. Bruegel’s Director Guntram Wolff is joined by MEP Johan Van Overtveldt, Chair of Committee on Budgets in…
The Sound of Economics

What now for Mali as France withdraws its troops?

French troops are being withdrawn from Mali after a nine-year mission. Other European troops are also leaving but Russian mercenaries are staying. Where's the French connection now in West Africa, and what does it mean…
THE INSIDE STORY PODCAST

Health of Nations: How Europe can fight future pandemics

This week, ECFR senior policy fellow, Susi Dennison, takes over the podcast to talk about international cooperation on global health. As many European countries are starting to see light at the end of the tunnel…
Mark Leonard's World in 30 Minutes

Is war between Russia and Ukraine inevitable?

Russia insists it won't invade Ukraine, but the US and its allies say the signs suggest otherwise. Shelling has intensified in eastern Ukraine, while diplomatic talks for Russia to de-escalate appear to be going nowhere.…
THE INSIDE STORY PODCAST

Viewsroom: Ukraine, ECB and India’s giant insurer

Worries about an invasion of Ukraine have rattled markets, but Dasha Afanasieva says Russian investors are more sanguine. The European Central Bank faces a tougher inflation juggling act, argues Swaha Pattanaik. And Una Galani discusses…
Viewsroom

MEPs demand Commission “act immediately” on Rule of Law – Cuffe

The European Parliament is calling on the European Commission to impose financial sanctions on countries like Poland and Hungary for flouting EU laws.
EuroParlRadio

Germany’s Foreign Policy, With Liana Fix

Liana Fix, resident fellow at The German Marshall Fund of the United States, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss how Germany’s new government is approaching foreign policy.
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