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As tensions rise between Russia and Ukraine, Germany faces fierce criticism for promising to supply Kyiv with medical supplies, but not weapons. Guests: Jessica Berlin (military expert), Alexander Rahr (Russia expert), Michael Thumann (Die Zeit).
Michael Thumann, Die Zeit. His point of view: "For Vladimir Putin, Ukraine is merely one aspect in the global showdown with the U.S.”
Alexander Rahr, Russia expert. His opinion: “This conflict is much harder to resolve than the Cuban Missile Crisis. Face-saving compromises are not in sight today.”
Jessica Berlin, expert on security policy and geopolitics. She says: "Germany can no longer prioritize its economic interests over its international obligations."