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23 Jul
Russian President Vladimir Putin is responding to Western sanctions with his own. His blockade of gas and grain supplies has caused food and energy crises elsewhere. Guests: Vendeline von Bredow (The Economist), Prof. Kwesi Aning (security expert), Vladimir Esipov (DW)
15 Jul
Russian President Vladimir Putin is responding to Western sanctions with his own. His blockade of gas and grain supplies has caused food and energy crises elsewhere. Guests: Vendeline von Bredow (The Economist), Prof. Kwesi Aning (security expert), Vladimir Esipov (DW)

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