Interview with Vasyl Cherepanyn, the head of the Visual Culture Research Centre in Kyiv. Interviewer: Tom Cassauwers.
Interview with Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former Secretary General of NATO. Interview: Maciej Makulski.
MACIEJ MAKULSKI: How do you assess the decisions made at the Warsaw NATO Summit in July, especially the decision to host NATO troops in the Baltic states and Poland?
ANDERS FOGH RASMUSSEN: I value this decision. It was needed and it is a clear implementation of the Readiness Action Plan (RAP) which we adopted during my last NATO Summit in Wales in 2014. So I think it is absolutely a step in the right direction, to increase NATO’s presence in the East.
An interview with Lev Gudkov, the director of the Moscow-based Levada Analytical Centre. Interviewer: Kacper Dziekan.
- Published on Friday, 19 August 2016 12:23
- Category: Interviews
- Written by Iwona Reichardt and Bartosz Marcinkowski
Interview with Asli Edoğan, a prize-winning Turkish writer and human rights activist detained on August 17th 2016 for allegedly making terror propaganda on behalf of Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). The interview took place at the end of September 2015 in Kraków. Interviewers: Iwona Reichardt and Bartosz Marcinkowski.
While athletes competed for gold in Rio, Russia turned up the heat in Crimea. On Wednesday, Russia issued a statement that they had foiled Ukrainian attempts to conduct terrorist acts in Crimea, and that two Russians had been killed by Ukrainians. Russia’s President Putin accused Ukraine of trying to provoke a conflict, that there were no prospects for continuing the Minsk Peace process, and that Russia would hold war games in the Black Sea.