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The journalist John Sweeney has been on Vladimir Putin's case for 22 years since he first saw evidence of war crimes by the Russian army under Putin's command in Chechnya. John first called Vladimir Putin a war criminal in March 2000. And again and again he's seen evidence of Vladimir Putin killing people, killing people in Russia, killing people in Britain and around the world. Reporting from Kyiv this podcast will answer the question on everyones lips, who could do this to Ukraine, to civi ...
 
Es ist der spektakulärste Fall von Cyber-Spionage, den es in Deutschland je gegeben hat: Im Frühjahr 2015 greifen Hacker den Deutschen Bundestag an und hacken sich in die Computer von Abgeordneten. Einer der Hacker dringt sogar auf den Rechner von Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel vor. Bis heute weiß die Öffentlichkeit nicht, welche Daten gestohlen wurden und was der Hacker damit gemacht hat. Jahrelang bleibt der Mann in Merkels Rechner ein Phantom. Ist er wirklich ein russischer Geheimdienst-Mi ...
 
N-am avut bani de psiholog asa ca mi-am facut podcast in speranta ca poate invata si altii din prostia mea. Spre deosebire de multe alte lucruri in viata, acest podcast romanesc nu are un scop anume. Pur si simplu rostogolesc in mintea mea idei, gandesc cu voce tare, in speranta ca poate maine o sa fiu mai putin prost decat azi. Daca ti-am adus un zambet sau ti-am pus un gand nou si de folos in minte spune si tu la altii de acest umil podcast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mai-puti ...
 
It is a series of several dozen podcasts in the format of the Russian alphabet. Each episode will be devoted to one of the letters of the Russian alphabet — the words and expressions starting with this letter. Interesting facts, culture and traditions, economics and politics, cinema, sports, and much more. You can find all episodes of podcasts, their full transcripts with translations, as well as a lot of interesting media files on the topic, on my website abcrussia.life
 
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Nella mente di Putin

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Come ha fatto un agente del KGB a diventare l'uomo che ha portato il mondo sull'orlo della terza guerra mondiale? Per capirlo è necessario ripercorrere la sua storia, dall'infanzia a Leningrado alla fine della guerra fredda, fino alla folle decisione di attaccare l'Ucraina. Enrico Franceschini per anni è stato corrispondente da Mosca, dove era arrivato nel 1990. Da lì ha assistito all'ascesa di Putin e in questo podcast racconta la sua storia. Nella Mente di Putin è un podcast di Enrico Fran ...
 
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In late 2021, Vladimir Putin emerges from his Covid-19 bunker with an even smaller inner circle, increasingly outlandish demands of NATO and the west, and an immense military build-up on the border of Ukraine. How did seclusion change his mindset? And how did the west misunderstand him so badly?To understand the Russian President and interpret his …
 
Russland greife bewusst ukrainische Infrastruktur an, sagt FDP-Verteidigungspolitikerin Marie-Agnes Strack-Zimmermann. Im Interview erklärt sie, wie Deutschland helfen will, damit die Ukraine den Winter überstehen kann.על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Bei einem Raketeneinschlag im Osten Polens sterben gestern zwei Menschen. Weil Polen zur Nato gehört, könnte daraus im ungünstigsten Fall ein Bündnisfall werden. Einschätzungen vom Militärexperten Johannes Peters.על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
In einem Dorf an der Grenze zur Ukraine ist eine Rakete eingeschlagen. Zwei Menschen sind tot. Die polnische Regierung sagt, es handle sich um ein Geschoss russischer Bauart. Stammt sie von der ukrainischen Flugabwehr?על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Ukrainische Truppen rücken in der Region Cherson vor. Die russische Armee hatte zuvor einen Rückzug angekündigt. Was heißt das für die Region und welche Strategie steckt dahinter? Unser Korrespondent zur Lage vor Ort.על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Der Zwickauer CDU-Bundestagsabgeordnete und Chef der Landesgruppe Sachsen erklärt, warum der Osten eine mildere Sicht auf Russland hat. Und ab wann es Sinn macht, mit Moskau wieder in einen Dialog zu treten.על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Bei seinem Kiew-Besuch hat Bundespräsident Steinmeier mit Präsident Selenskyj über deutsch-ukrainische Städtepartnerschaften gesprochen. In Mitteldeutschland gibt es solche Verbindungen bereits. Was ändert sich jetzt?על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Der Westen hilft der Ukraine mit Waffen und Geld. Zum Überleben des Landes reicht das nicht. Kiew wünscht sich, auch von Deutschland, mehr Mittel. Das ist leistbar und nötig, so CDU-Außenpolitiker Roderich Kiesewetter.על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Ukrainische Städte sind mit Kamikaze-Drohnen angegriffen worden. Sie sollen aus dem Iran stammen. FDP-Verteidigungsexpertin Strack-Zimmermann fordert eine genaue Analyse und eine deutliche Antwort des Westens.על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Die Krim-Brücke ist ein russisches Prestigeprojekt. Sie wurde bei einer Explosion stark beschädigt. Jetzt werden aus Russland Festnahmen gemeldet. Wir sprechen darüber mit der Moskau-Korrespondentin Annette Kammerer.על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Sergej Surowikin ist Russlands neuer Befehlshaber im Ukraine-Krieg. Schon an dessen ersten Tag im Amt schlugen in zahlreichen ukrainischen Städten Raketen ein. Korrespondentin Christina Nagel über die Personalie.על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Am Morgen sind ukrainische Städte mit Raketen beschossen worden. Allein in Kiew wurden laut Behörden mindestens fünf Menschen getötet und ein Dutzend verletzt. Zur aktuelle Lage berichtet Korrespondentin Andrea Beer.על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Der Krieg in der Ukraine werde noch lange dauern, sagt Andreas Hasenclever. Er ist Professor für Friedensforschung an der Universität Tübingen. Wie er zu seiner Einschätzung kommt, erklärt er im Interview.על ידי Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
 
Azi filosofam despre Buhnici, razboiul din Ucraina, Putin, rasism, cum ca lumea este in nuante si nu in alb si negru si cum sa fii mai putin prost. Si nu uita, daca te-am facut sa razi, sau macar sa zambesti, sau te-am pus pe ganduri, poti sa imi dai un euro aici: https://anchor.fm/mai-putin-prost/subscribe --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
John Sweeney has been on Vladimir Putin’s case for over twenty years. In this special bonus episode of Taking on Putin, we bring you a sneak peek of John’s new audiobook, Killer in the Kremlin. Killer in the Kremlin is brought to you by Penguin, and will be published on Thursday 21 July 2022. Available on Audible, Apple Books, Google Play and other…
 
Ca si data trecuta astazi trecem iar printr-un amplu spectru de subiecte. Totul de la taxe, cum sa investesti 50 de miliarde sa faci lumea mai buna, educatie, razboi, Romania gradina Maicii Domnului, Eminescu, Titu Maioresctu, CTP, avioane, accidente si moarte. Si nu uita, daca te-am facut sa razi, sau macar sa zambesti, sau te-am pus pe ganduri, p…
 
John Sweeney has been on Vladimir Putin's case for over twenty years. He's been reporting from Kyiv throughout the Russian invasion. In this final episode of Taking On Putin, John heads East towards the frontline, to speak to the people bearing the brunt of the Kremlin's war machine. He asks what is the real cost for all of us, of not taking on Put…
 
John Sweeney has been on Vladimir Putin's case for over twenty years - reporting on evidence of Kremlin-backed crimes in Russia, Chechnya, Ukraine and beyond. John's been reporting from Kyiv throughout the Russian invasion. In this episode he examines stories that the master of the Kremlin may be seriously ill - and considers whether Putin facing h…
 
Azi vorbim despre toate. De la curaj, AI, criza imboliara, sfarsitul lumii, partidul etern AUR, bugetari, prosti, bani, antreprenoriat, muzica, avioane, top gun, logica, argumentare, oameni de acum 5000 de ani. Tot tacamul. Si nu uita, daca te-am facut sa razi, sau macar sa zambesti, sau te-am pus pe ganduri, poti sa imi dai un euro aici: https://a…
 
John Sweeney has been on Vladimir Putin's case for over twenty years. He's been in Kyiv since February, reporting the Russian invasion of Ukraine from on the ground. Early predictions of a rapid Russian victory turned out to be wrong, but they're doing much better in Eastern Ukraine. This episode John looks at the rot at the heart of the Russian sy…
 
John Sweeney has been on Vladimir Putin's case for over twenty years. He spent nearly three months in Kyiv reporting Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Currently back in London, this episode John explores the opposition to Putin from within Russia. He tells the story of those who've given everything - even up to their lives - taking on the Kremlin to fi…
 
John Sweeney has been on Vladimir Putin's case for over twenty years. He's back in the UK after nearly three months in Kyiv reporting Russia's invasion of Ukraine. This episode John revisits a war-like act by Russian operatives on British soil - using a banned nerve agent to try to kill a former Russian spy. John asks why the British response to th…
 
John Sweeney's been on Vladimir Putin's case for more than 20 years - reporting on killings and crimes committed under Putin's leadership in Russia and beyond. John's been reporting from on the ground in Ukraine since before Russia invaded, but now he's returning to London for a short break. In this special episode, John is interviewed by his brill…
 
Should world leaders make the tough decision to stop trading with Putin even if it stifles their own economies? Professor Jan Godsell, an expert in global supply chains, joins host Peter Warzynski to talk about the impact of trading with a despot. 0.00 - Welcome and introduction 3.45 - What is a supply chain 6.05 - What are we importing from Russia…
 
John Sweeney has been in Kyiv since before Russia's invasion of Ukraine - reporting the war from on the ground. But he's been on Vladimir Putin's case for over twenty years. This episode, he examines the evidence for the poisoning and murder of Kremlin critics going back decades, and recalls his own face-to-face encounter with President Putin. Taki…
 
John Sweeney has been in Kyiv since before Russia's invasion of Ukraine - reporting from on the ground. This episode he visits towns near Kyiv that were occupied by Russia, and records evidence of war crimes. But over 20 years ago, John was reporting on the very same crimes, and others committed against civilians, in Russia and Chechnya - under Vla…
 
John Sweeney has been uncovering the evidence of Vladimir Putin's war crimes for over twenty years. Now, he's on the ground in Kyiv reporting Russia's invasion of Ukraine. This episode, John reveals how Putin uses sex to shame his opponents, but has made it extremely dangerous for others to discuss the the Russian president's own affairs. Taking On…
 
To avoid direct military intervention in Ukraine, the West has turned to a range of financial and economic sanctions. But what has been done? What are the pluses and minuses? How will these work over the longer term? And can they be made to work better? Economist Professor Alistair Milne explains… Time Stamps - 0:33 – Introduction 1:20 – What is th…
 
A number of Europe’s populist political figureheads are continuing to publicly associate themselves with Vladimir Putin, despite the grievous acts of violence he enacts on Ukraine. Far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen is one of those people. However, her popularity appears to be increasing. In this episode, Dr Gerhard Schnyder disc…
 
John Sweeney has been keeping track of the people caught up in Vladimir Putin's war crimes for over 20 years. This week, he remembers some of the people silenced for speaking out - and why their deaths were 'almost certainly' at the hands of the Kremlin. Taking On Putin is funded by you - the listener. You can support the podcast on Crowdfunder. Fo…
 
Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has thrown Russian oligarchs and their extravagant wealth into the spotlight, but who are they, what do they do and how did they become so rich? Time Stamps - 00:45 – Introduction 2:10 – What are toxic assets 7:33 – McDonalds, Apple, Nespresso leave Russia 9:24 – How’s the Russian economy? 13:53 – Oil prices 15:…
 
In 2021 Vladimir Putin retreats to his bunker as the Covid-19 pandemic spreads through Russia. How did this isolation affect his thinking, and what role could it have played in his decision to invade Ukraine?To understand how Putin views history and his place in it, Jonny Dymond is joined by: Nina Khrushcheva, Professor of International Affairs, Th…
 
John Sweeney has been tracking the evidence of Vladimir Putin's war crimes for over two decades. Now, on the ground in Kyiv, the old school reporter is sharing the truth. In this week's episode, John exposes the long list of Putin's enemies who've wound up dead - and the early life of the man behind the killing machine. Taking On Putin is funded by…
 
President Putin tries to crush the leading opposition figure, Alexei Navalny as Russians take to the streets in protest over pensions and local elections. And there are revelations about expensive watches and a secret and very opulent palace.To understand how Vladimir Putin rules Russia Jonny Dymond is joined by:Catherine Belton, author of ‘Putin’s…
 
Master strategist or opportunistic gambler? Vladimir Putin styles himself as a judo master – an expert in spotting weakness in his opponents and then exploiting it. To figure out what we can learn from his attempts to call time on liberal democracy and Russian meddling in the 2016 US election, Jonny Dymond is joined by:Henry Foy, European diplomati…
 
More than 10 million people have left their homes because of fighting in Ukraine. But what greets them on the other side of the border? Explaining more about the biggest human migration event since the Second World War is Dr Michelle Richey. Time Stamps - 0:00 - Welcome. Michelle Richey background 3:00 - Global displacement 4:30 - Who are the Ukrai…
 
Putin’s war has been driven by his desire to reclaim Russian dignity. He sees the Western expansion of NATO as a threat to sovereignty and is pushing back. Dr Afzal Ashraf explains Putin’s actions and why they cannot be understood with Western mindsets Time Stamps - 0:40 – The Eastern expansion of NATO 4:55 – A lack of dignity 6:44 – Was Putin (in …
 
False flags, brutal military tactics and aspirations of greatness – Putin’s approach to the war in Syria, as he tries to prove Russia is still a power-broker in the Middle East. To understand how Putin views history and his place in it, Jonny Dymond is joined by:Professor Angela Stent of the Brookings Institution, a former national intelligence off…
 
John Sweeney has been in Kyiv since before Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine. An old school reporter showing the truth of what's happening on the ground, in the face of the Kremlin's lies. In this episode he asks his Ukrainian colleagues about the war that's turned their lives upside down, and he asks Ukraine's most loved psychiatrist if Vladimir Puti…
 
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