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This episode of Talk Eastern Europe features a discussion with Reinhard Krumm, the founder and director of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung’s Regional Office for Cooperation and Peace in Europe, he was previously a journalist who spent a lot of time in Russia and the post-Soviet space; and was the Moscow correspondent for Der Spiegel.

In the episode Adam and Reinhard discuss dilemmas in German-Russian relations, the EU’s approach to Russia, following the visit of Josep Borell to Moscow, and how Germany’s Ostpolitik look’s like from today’s perspective.

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