Ukraine - History in the Making: Ukraine during Polish-Lithuanian rule
Ukraine and Beyond
by Emil Juhler
1M ago
From 1361 and more than two centuries onwards Ukraine was under Polish-Lithuanian influence. Back then the power of The Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth spanned all the way from the Baltic Sea above Lithuania to the Black Sea beneath Ukraine. In the episode we talk about the period and about how this influence on Ukraine is expressed, both historically and in our current time.   If you have any questions or suggestions for things we could talk about please tell us on our Instagram platforms. We really want your feedback!  Emil Juhler: https://www.instag ..read more
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Ukraine til EM 24, Slava!
Ukraine and Beyond
by Emil Juhler
1M ago
Den 26. marts slog Ukraine Island 2-1 i den afgørende kvalifikationskamp om at komme til EM til sommer. Det er en kæmpe ting for Ukraine og ukrainerne, at deres landshold nu har muligheden for at repræsentere nationen ved sommerens EM. I den anledning tog jeg en snak med min gode og enormt fodboldkyndige ven, Lasse Krarup Jørgensen, om Ukraines hold og Ukraines chancer. Det blev til en meget spændende snak, der først og fremmest handler om det sportslige.  Lyt med, Slava!  ..read more
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Tyrkiet special: Erdogan taber tærren til oppositionen i det netop overståede lokalvalg
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by Emil Juhler
1M ago
Søndag den 31. marts var tyrkerne til stemmeurnerne, da der skulle afholdes lokalvalg. I den anledning har jeg talt med min gode ven, Furkan Kadir Yavuz, som ved en helt del om tyrkisk politik. Det korte resumé er, at Erdogan er gået tilbage, og at oppositionen er gået frem, hvilket er rigtig godt nyt - også for Ukraine. I afsnittet kan du høre Furkans gennemgang af valgresultatet og vores analyse af, hvilke perspektiver det skaber for Tyrkiets fremtidige udenrigspolitik.  Lyt med og bliv klogere!  ..read more
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Ukraine - History in the making: The Mongol invasion
Ukraine and Beyond
by Emil Juhler
1M ago
In the third episode of Ukraine - History in the making Emil presents the story of the Mongol invasion of Kievan Rus and the subsequent Mongolian rule over Ukrainian lands. Emil is joined by Yevheniia who talks about the general perception and perhaps lack of knowledge among Ukrainians concerning this period. If there is one thing that stands out it is definitely the degree of cruelty and destruction that the Mongol Empire brought upon the citizens of Kyivan Rus. In the next episode we talk about the connection between Ukraine and The Grand Duchy of Lithuania. If you have any questions or sugg ..read more
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Ukraine - History in the making: Kievan Rus
Ukraine and Beyond
by Emil Juhler
2M ago
In the second episode of Ukraine - History in the making Elizabeth Pulvas presents the story of Kievan Rus, the ancestral state of modern Ukraine. Join us as we unveil the ever interesting story of Kievan Rus. This period really stands out in the ongoing information war about Ukrainian history. Through manipulation, proganda and lies Russia tries to claim the great heritage of Kievan Rus. In the episode Elizabeth tells the true story of this great civilization seperating facts from myths. In the next episode we talk about the downfall of Kievan Rus and the subsequent period.  If you have ..read more
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Ukraine: History in the making - Episode I: 5400 BC - 400 AD
Ukraine and Beyond
by Emil Juhler
2M ago
On march 4 I spoke with Yevheniia Fedotova for the first episode of a Ukraine history series called "Ukraine: History in the making", that I'm doing with her, Olena Dudko and Elizabeth Pulvas where we, over the next four months present the history of Ukraine. Our aim is to reach as many people as possible, because we think that by spreading knowledge about the history of Ukraine, we help people to understand why Ukraine and Ukrainians are so resilient in the face of tyranny. So if you guys like it, please tell your friends about it and share it on your social media. In this episode Yevheniia p ..read more
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En samtale med Christian Holst Vigilius
Ukraine and Beyond
by Emil Juhler
3M ago
Torsdag den 25. maj talte jeg med Christian Holst Vigilius, formand for Konservativ Ungdom og tidligere formand for Konservative Studerende. Vi taler om mange af de ting, der ligger rundt om det, som i sidste ende, også afgør vores forhold til Østeuropa. Hvad er forsvarspolitikkens placering i det overordnede politiske klima? Hvad er vores forhold til de værdier, Christian og jeg mener, samfund som Danmark først og fremmest udgøres af, nemlig frihed, demokrati og politisk deltagelse? Hvad betyder det for vores evne til at forsvare disse værdier på den internationale scene, når de dominerende a ..read more
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A conversation with Yevheniia Fedotova
Ukraine and Beyond
by Emil Juhler
3M ago
On the 1st of May I spoke with Yevheniia Fedotova, who is the Vice President of the Liberal Democratic League of Ukraine. We speak about Ukraine, Russia, EU, the West and global politics. The conversation is not that structured and very long, but we both know a lot and have many things to say. The overarching theme is that of Western inactivism and global informational warfare and how these two things in combination works in favor of Russia as of 2023. Listen along and get smarter.   Links: Slava Ukraini clip: https://www.rferl.org/a/ukraine-protest-kiev-eu/25193530.html ..read more
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Slava Ukraini!
Ukraine and Beyond
by Emil Juhler
3M ago
As time stand still before the offensive everyone talks about, I found it right to do my own prediction. My prediction differs from what you would normally hear in many ways. How? My focus is mainly on Western responsibility. Why? Because Western will to support Ukraine is the most changeable factor influencing the outcome of the war as of now.    Slava Ukraini!  ..read more
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A conversation with Daria Boiko
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by Emil Juhler
3M ago
On the 8th of April I spoke with Daria Boiko, who fled from her home city in Kherson Oblast to Denmark in the beginning of the large-scale invasion. During this period her parents and other family members stayed in her hometown, where they now live under temporary Russian occupation. In the conversation Daria tells that story and we talk about why being politcally active for the Ukrainian cause is so important. One other main subject is the failure of the west to help Ukraine sufficiently. Besides that we talk about a lot of stuff, all with the aim of inspiring political action FOR Ukraine.&nb ..read more
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