A Global Perspective on European PoliticsWe are Agha Bayramov and Tom Wagenmakers, lecturers in International Relations at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
In this podcast series, we will talk to academics who will share their insights on pressing events concerning European politics. We will link their insights to broader academic debates and show how these relate to current political developments. We will include academics from all over the world to offer you a truly global perspective.
Opinions expressed in this podcast are personal and are not representative of the position of University of Groningen. podcasters.spotify.com
🎧 Podcast episodesListen to 19 episodes
16 minutes · 2 weeks ago
Episode 18: Russia’s War on Ukraine and the Rise of the Middle Corridor
24 minutes · 1 month ago
Episode 17: Russiagate, Russian illicit financial flows and influence on Europe
30 minutes · 2 months ago
Episode 16: Sanctions against Russia over Ukraine
24 minutes · 3 months ago
Episode 15: Brazilian Election, Amazon, Environmental Governance
33 minutes · 5 months ago
Episode 14: Iran Protests
30 minutes · 6 months ago
Episode 13: Peace Negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan: opportunities, obstacles and prospects
25 minutes · 7 months ago
Episode 12: The Role of Turkey in Regional Conflicts
43 minutes · 10 months ago
Episode 11: Russian Discourses (Elite, public and opposition parties) about the war in Ukraine
30 minutes · 10 months ago
Episode 10: The Polish Perspective on the Russian-Ukrainian war
33 minutes · 1 year ago
Episode 9: NATO vs Russia
37 minutes · 1 year ago
Episode 8: Importance of the Caspian Sea Countries for the EU Energy Security
85 minutes · 1 year ago
Roundtable: Russia-Ukraine conflict and implications to the EU
31 minutes · 1 year ago
Episode 6: the EU and Mongolia
29 minutes · 1 year ago
Episode 5: China's BRI: Implications for Europe
19 minutes · 1 year ago
Episode 4: High Energy Prices in Europe
34 minutes · 1 year ago
Episode 3: Normative Power Europe: the cases of Ukraine and Belarus
43 minutes · 1 year ago
Episode 2: Climate Change and Populism
34 minutes · 1 year ago
Episode 1: Euroscepticism and Security
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