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Olga Oliker in particular is an excellent host and her insights into Russia and surrounding regions are perceptive and enlightening
I consider “War and peace” one of the best expert podcasts on IR (along with “Hold your fire” by the same International Crisis Group). However, the latest episode on Russian-Turkish relations made me wonder if you lowered your standards. The expert conversation that starts from discussing “Russian bribes” as one of the major aspects of soft power in Turkey makes me doubt the expertise and impartiality of the expert you invited, unless you turn into some pop-anthropology low-class podcast of cou... more
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War & Peace launched 3 years ago and published 70 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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