Brittle morale could cause Russia major problem in winter war | Mark Galeotti interview

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

2 ай бұрын

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@brianobrain8985
@brianobrain8985
Very interesting interview. Well done Steven E too for asking some thoughtful questions. Maybe we should talk more about how Russia is going to see itself and be seen by the world in say 25 years time. Will there be another Putin walking around waving at his cheering fans?
@albertzondervan6218
@albertzondervan6218
I had not heard of Mark Galeotti before. He, triggered by good questions from the interviewer, made a serious effort to give a concise description of what's behind the curtain and of why Ukraine is still worth supporting for its quest for freedom from being enslaved. For more on the history of Ukraine, see Prof Timothy Snyder's class (accessible through KZbin) and books. Foremost, one take-home message from this interview is that the West needs to formulate what the end-game should be in this conflict. The West, incl. Ukraine, needs to let Russia know how it can and will have peace. The current war costs too many lives on both sides and is a huge distraction from dealing with other global issues, e.g. climate change, nuclear proliferation, and growing gap between the rich and poor.
@Conn30Mtenor
@Conn30Mtenor
Mark Galeotti hit multiple pitches out of the park this time.
@stephenwright1328
@stephenwright1328
The implicit social contract idea came directly from Vlad Vexler, I hope he gave him credit!
@casard5235
@casard5235
Mr. Galeotti is a good interviewee in this 'cast and I'm looking forward to finding more of his insights
@peterbrooke1137
@peterbrooke1137
Wonderful insightful
@EhEhEhEINSTEIN
@EhEhEhEINSTEIN
5:52
@jimmyincredible3141
@jimmyincredible3141
Yeah sure, granting a country that invades with an inferior force a piece of whatever it asks for after they threatened nukes will be no precedent that will cause any problems ever in the future. Just as well as not honoring guarantees that were specifically given on Ukraine's territorial integrity by western countries won't cause any problems for other countries...A south Korean perspective on this would be very very interesting...
@Kevin19700
@Kevin19700
Actually watched this entire vid twice just because there is so much interesting info. Thanks for this most informative interview.
@user-vd9fn1cy3m
@user-vd9fn1cy3m
this guy knows what he is talking about
@michael200927
@michael200927
Having lived in Ukraine and Eastern Europe myself, i think this is one of the most insightful people at this moment in time. Listen to this man.
@WebnutzerGemeinschaft
@WebnutzerGemeinschaft
One of the best interviews I saw regarding Putin/Russia/war/Ukraine. Will there be a follow-up?
@artistforfreedom
@artistforfreedom
Has someone told Russia that winter is a season not a place.
@sapprdaddy5684
@sapprdaddy5684
Always a pleasure listening to mark & Julia Loffe!
@alunevans2377
@alunevans2377
Great insight from Mark
@andrewfabia4638
@andrewfabia4638
Nobody discribet Putin in more precise way,amazing discription of Wołodia Putin
@celticman1909
@celticman1909
A highly significant issue was the 2017 lease renewal date for the Russian Navy's occupation of the Naval bases on Crimea,
@nigeldunkley2986
@nigeldunkley2986
excellent interview!
@michaelmcgaughey5113
@michaelmcgaughey5113
If we in the west are so worried about a quick peace then we need to be willing to help Ukraine fight for it, not just supply weapons. Until we are ready to do that we have no voice at the table. It is Ukrainians that are dying to keep the vicious animal currently referred to as Russia in check and off our neck. As for the food issues. That is a clear call out to the world that all countries need to prioritize farming and do everything possible to ensure all countries have the ability to feed themselves. Countries also need to revisit having emergency food reserves made up of food with long shelf lives and a method of rotating that food out to ensure that food security is never issue.
@Edo9River
@Edo9River
Ok, I am on the verge of buying the book. This guy is great
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