A View from Afar – In this podcast, political scientist Paul Buchanan and Selwyn Manning will analyse the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Specifically, we will examine how the invading forces of Russia are struggling against a determined and well-equipped Ukraine defence.
What can we expect next from Russia?
How can western nations sustain the sanctions regime, and is there an intensifying risk of sanctions evasion taking place?
How stable is the wider region, and how serious is the fomenting unrest among the Balkan states?
How advanced is the Eurozone in facing the reality that Russia has the advantage of cutting gas supplies as winter advances in the next few months?
How sustainable is Russia’s alliance-making effort with the Stan states, the PRC, and what the west regards as rogue states like Iran, Venezuela, DPRK, Cuba, Nicaragua?
And finally, how can Russian Federation president, Vladimir Putin survive a military stalemate?
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