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Stuck on the stick? Horst Teltschik, former foreign affairs adviser to chancellor Helmut Kohl

The Ukraine crisis in 2014 marked the beginning of a precipitous downturn in Europe-Russia relations. Both sides blamed each other, sanctions and counter-sanctions were imposed, and avenues of dialogue were closed off. But with Russia having recently been readmitted into the Council of Europe and calls for the removal of anti-Russia sanctions growing louder, could Moscow’s relations with Europe finally be starting a new chapter? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Horst Teltschik, international consultant and former foreign affairs adviser to chancellor Helmut Kohl.


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