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Global geopolitics - russian point of view - 3 very interesting interviews with Sergey Karaganov

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Sergey Karaganov is dean of the School of World Economics and International Relations at the HSE.  (Higher School of Economy in Moscow)

He is also one of most infuential russian or world geopolitician and an private adviser to Putin.

So I suggest to listen to his 3 interviews with Oksana Boyko at Worlds Apart= its probably the best and most objective programme on Russia  Today so interviews are in english.  

4th  february 2016

Both Russia and the West defiantly proclaim there will be no return to “business as usual" between them, but with the complexities of their geopolitical engagements, it's clear a degree of cooperation is necessary. Are they ready to transition to the new mantra of "nothing personal, just business"? To discuss that, Oksana is joined by Sergey Karaganov, one of the most renowned Russian political scientists and until recently, advisor to President Vladimir Putin.

5th of October 2017

For all their differences, Russia and the United States are remarkably synchronized in their domestic politics. Both countries are currently going through a long-overdue process of elite rotation: it’s noisy and calamitous in the United States, and less publicized, but perhaps even more sweeping here in Russia. How will these internal transformations impact the state of the global order that both of these countries lay claim to? Oksana is joined by by Sergey Karaganov, dean of the School of World Economics and International Relations at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow to discuss these issues. Sergey Karaganov, Dean of the School of World Economics and International Relations at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, will take part in the 14th Annual Meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi on the topic "Creative Destruction: Will a New World Order Emerge From the Current Conflicts?" where international experts will analyze the transformation of socio-political worldviews and outline the contours of the future.

14th of February 2019

History, if we are to believe Mark Twain, doesn’t repeat itself – it rhymes. Thirty years after the collapse of the Soviet system and the global changes it ushered in, it’s hard not to see the transformations in the Western world in that light. Are we witnessing the final act of the Cold War, and, if so, what is it setting the stage for


In last one you could find a very interesting point of view why Trump and chinese- us conflict was historical necessity and even when finally Trump will loose power and US elites will prevail world will never be the same.

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