In this podcast, Kadri Liik talks about Russia’s future
Media mentions – Kadri Liik
In this podcast, Kadri Liik talks about the relevance of the ‘October events’ in Russia and the future of the Western support for Ukraine
Kadri Liik on Ukraine´s NATO route
Kadri Liik talks about Ukraine’s unresolved hopes of NATO membership in Vilnius
It’s perfectly fine for Scholz to make the attempt. While I don’t think this phone call will be fruitful, I don’t believe it can cause any harm either.
Kadri Liik comments on Germany’s apparent willingness to restart talks with Putin
It’s nice to think of Russia as confronting the hegemon as opposed to having invaded a smaller neighbor
Kadri Liik explains Putin’s framing of the violent conflict in Ukraine
Russia has gone from an authoritarian country to a more or less totalitarian one. How different opinions are punished, social and media organizations simply shut down.
Kadri Liik comments on the change in Russian domestic politics
Al Jazeera quotes from and refers to Kadri Liik’s Russian power audit
Europe is by no means divided, much less paralysed
According to Kadri Liik, the Russian strategy to divide Europe has failed
Russia is using all kinds of means to challenge Europe and weaken its will to support Ukraine
Marie Dumoulin and Kadri Liik comment on the (future) relationship between Russia and Europe