Podcasts

Podcast
June 13, 2024

Timothy Garton Ash on how Ukraine is changing Europe

Is democracy in decline today? How is Ukraine’s resistance to the Russian invasion changing Europe?
Podcast
June 11, 2024

Serhii Plokhii on the historical context of the Russo-Ukrainian war

How can history help us understand the Russian invasion of Ukraine?
Podcast
June 1, 2024

How Russia kidnaps Ukrainian children, and why

Almost 20,000 Ukrainian children have been kidnapped by Russia during its invasion of Ukraine, according to Kyiv’s official data.
Podcast
May 31, 2024

Ukraine-India relations | Ukraine’s global partnerships #1

Can India and Ukraine forge mutually beneficial relations despite their unique contexts?
Podcast
May 31, 2024

What do other Europeans think about Ukraine?

What do citizens of the EU and the United Kingdom think about Ukraine?
Podcast
May 24, 2024

Ukraine, war, resistance. A conversation at Yale

Timothy Snyder, Marci Shore, and Volodymyr Yermolenko at Yale
Podcast
May 20, 2024

Foreign Affairs’ Daniel Kurtz-Phelan - on America, China, Ukraine, and geopolitics

Revealing Marshall's post-WWII bid to unite the U.S. and China, with lessons for today's global landscape.
Podcast
May 15, 2024

“Immediate solidarity”: being a foreign reporter in war-torn Ukraine - with Jen Stout

Scottish journalist shares her experiences of traveling through war-torn Ukrainian cities and villages.
Podcast
April 16, 2024

Ukraine passes its mobilisation law: will it help? - Weekly, 8 - 14 April

Ukraine has passed the long-awaited mobilization law.
Podcast
April 12, 2024

Time to rethink Russian cultural imperialism - with Vitaly Chernetsky

Do we have concepts and ideas to think critically about Russian cultural imperialism?