Yevhen Magda, Director of the Institute of World Policy
Archil Tsintsadze, security policy expert, security policy expert
Ihor Seletskyi, Director of the NGO Euro-Atlantic Course

In this episode of Ukraine in Flames we discuss EU security in a period of turbulence and instability, considering the backdrop of Russian aggression and the ongoing election year. The experts agree that EU countries have become more aware of the potential threat, acknowledging the subpar state of their military preparedness for a possible conflict in 2025. Additionally, they underscore the importance for the EU to recognize the strategic value of the Ukrainian army, particularly in light of potential shifts in military policies and the contemplation of an EU-wide military. Take a watch of UIF #565 to find out more.

00:00 – Intro
01:22 – Mahda on Upholding European Values and Strengthening Ukraine’s Position
03:47 -Seletskyi on Russian Aggression and the Onset of a New Era of Turbulence in Global Affairs
08:30 -Tsintsadze on the Categories of Countries Who Do (or Not) Recognize the Current Threat
11:55 – Outro