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podcast | “Russia is ready to lay down more dead. The war will last for months

The war in Ukraine is now in its third month following an increasingly tense geopolitical scenario: Finland’s request to join NATO has worried the government of Vladimir Putin, which is threatening a military response… with another military aggression (whatever that means in Putin’s head). At the same time, Moscow cut off gas supplies to Europe via a gas pipeline passing through Poland.

The European Union and the United States have strengthened ties to confront a common enemy that brought the North Atlantic Alliance out of the hibernation process in which it was … NATO has lost its relevance, and Putin has returned it to the map and strengthened it. . And there is China, which is increasingly complicated by its rapprochement with the Kremlin, which actually compensates for it less over the course of months (including in economic terms). We talked about all this in “Information” with José M. de Areilza Carvajalgeneral secretary Aspen Institute Spain and pulpit holder Jean Monnet-ESADE.

Despite the fact that Russia will lose about 10% of its GDP this year due to the invasion of Ukraine and subsequent sanctions, Areilza Carvajal believes that only Putin knows what will happen to the conflict and sees no way out of the situation. negotiating diplomat. “Everything indicates that this is a conflict that will last at least until the end of the year. and maybe for some more time,” he assures and regrets that “Russia, unfortunately, ready to put a lot of dead in this wararound 20,000 in the first few months alone, and the number continues to rise.” The reaction of Ukraine and the support of the international community make the competition very open.

With whom he was an active adviser on European and North American affairs in the Cabinet of the President of the Government of Spain between 1996 and 2000, we also spoke about relations between Moscow and Beijing, challenges for the Atlantic Alliance, new problems. in the supply chain, the post-Merkel era in Europe and the challenges posed by the process of globalization. Aspen Institute Spain is celebrating a workshop this month in Malaga with sustainability as its protagonist.


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