Europe’s role in tackling the Russia-Ukraine crisis
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Jan 21, 2022
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Diplomatic talks about the Russia – Ukraine crisis are increasingly icy. While Europeans continue to gnash their teeth over a patchy security architecture, US president Biden and the Russian president Putin are struggling to come to a peaceful conclusion in their bilateral negotiations. It seems Europeans are caught between the prospect of a “new Yalta” or a full-scale war on the European continent that could easily escalate out of control. To discuss these happenings, Mark Leonard welcomes Marie Dumoulin, director of ECFR’s Wider Europe programme, Kadri Liik, ECFR senior policy fellow at ECFR and Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR's research director and in-house US expert. This podcast was recorded on 19 January 2022. Bookshelf La France dans le bouleversement du monde by Michel Duclos Termination Shock by Neal Stephenson Хельсинкский процесс (The Helsinki Process) by Andrei Zagorski

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