Spring 2022 Issue: Putin’s War

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People cross the Irpin river near a destroyed bridge as they evacuate from Irpin town, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, outside of Kyiv, Ukraine March 12, 2022.
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People cross the Irpin river near a destroyed bridge as they evacuate from Irpin town, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, outside of Kyiv, Ukraine March 12, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
Issue #2/2022 - April

In the seventh issue of INTERNATIONALE POLITIK QUARTERLY we are focussing on the consequences of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, ordered by President Vladimir Putin, including Germany's Zeitenwende, or new era in foreign and security affairs.

Editorial

Henning Hoff

Putin’s War

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine marks a global turning point.

What Europe Thinks ...

Rafael Loss
Gosia Piaskowska

What Europe Thinks ... About Russia

Support for Ukraine is widespread across the European Union, while the thinking about Russia has fundamentally changed.

Cover Section

Berlin Cable

Henning Hoff

Zeitenwende in Slow Motion

One month into the proclaimed new foreign policy era, Germany’s government is struggling to take on board what this requires.

Pariscope

Joseph de Weck

Macron’s Napoléon Problem

The price of French President Emmanuel Macron’s likely historic electoral success will be the uncertainty about what follows when he leaves the scene in five years.

Carbon Critical

Indo-Pacific Watch

The Wider View

Quarterly Concerns