The Slavic Connexion
A fresh international chat show from The University of Texas at Austin
We found 5 episodes of The Slavic Connexion with the tag “china”.
NATO and the "Bear in the Woods" with Sergey Radchenko
January 26th, 2022 | Season 4 | 51 mins 9 secs
china, cold war, conflict, history, nato, russia, ukraine
On this episode, Lera and Cullan have the chance to talk with Sakhalin-born historian Dr. Sergey Radchenko, who reflects on his first introduction to the United States via East Texas, Sino-Soviet and Sino-Russian relations, and the current Russian-Ukraine conflict and how the West's response is affecting the situation. We hope you enjoy!
"From Odessa With Love" with Vladislav Davidzon
December 8th, 2021 | Season 4 | 39 mins 6 secs
america, belarus, china, current events, geopolitics, russia, ukraine
Lera and Zach talk with Atlantic Council fellow and prolific American journalist Vladislav Davidzon. Davidzon has extensively covered the Belarussian protests from within Minsk, Ukrainian political and cultural developments since 2014, and Russian elections and Navalny's impact on Moscow politics and policies. We hope you enjoy!
"Hunger and Fury: The Crisis of Democracy in the Balkans" with Jasmin Mujanovic
October 25th, 2020 | Season 3 | 51 mins 58 secs
balkans, china, democratization, elections, european union, regional politics
Dr. Jasmin Muajnovic, a political scientist focused on democratization and social movements in the Western Balkans and a host of podcast "Sarajevo Calling", joins Samantha and Cullan for an in-depth discussion on the state of democracy in the region in 2020. This is a great walkthrough of the elite maneuvering and politics in the Western Balkans and which nuclear powers hold sway and influence in the region. We hope you enjoy!
"Rival Power: Russia's Challenge to the West in the Balkans" with Dimitar Bechev (BALKAN CIRCLE series)
September 7th, 2020 | 33 mins 53 secs
balkan circle, balkans, bosnia, china, great power politics, russian foreign policy, serbia, soft power
On this first session of the Balkan Circle, a lecture series of the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Dimitar Bechev talks about his book "RIVAL POWER" and Russia's current foreign policy, particularly its role in the Balkans.
The Man From Vladivostok: Russia and the Asia-Pacific with Artyom Lukin
April 22nd, 2019 | Season 1 | 38 mins 14 secs
china, far east russia, foreign policy, international relations, north korea, politics
"In Russia, we don't see North Korea as a threat," says Dr. Artyom Lukin, an expert on Russian foreign policy in the Asia-Pacific region. A contributing writer to Washington Post, Huffington Post, and more, Dr. Lukin clears up American misconceptions about the Far East with some unique Russian perspective.