Radio UF interviewed four of Uttryck’s writers on their article and research published in the Fall 2023 printed issue “One World Under The Sun”.
The Many Failures of European Foreign Policy
Anton Golovko, journalist at Uttryck Magazine, and Oscar Hemborg, broadcaster at Radio UF, dive into a critical analysis of European foreign policy since the 1990s. In this thought-provoking episode, they explore how core EU members like France and Germany have taken misguided paths in their pursuit to keep Europe relevant in the era of globalization.
From forsaking democracy and liberal values for economic advantages in Russia, Hong Kong, and Iran, to the rumblings of discontent following the fall of the Berlin Wall, they uncover the grave consequences of these policy choices. And whether these consequences are now threatening the ideas and superiority of the western democracies that initiated the reforms.
Exploring EU’s Strategic Autonomy: A New Approach for a World of Uncertainty
Quentin Machado, journalist at Uttryck Magazine, and Laura de Alba, broadcaster at Radio UF, delve into the geopolitical landscape, unraveling the EU’s stance amidst global uncertainties. From economic strategies to technological advancements, they decode the EU’s pursuit of autonomy in a world of shifting alliances.
The Changing Landscape of Community and Social Networks
Kate Gilbertson, journalist at Uttryck Magazine, Dennis Donovan, and Laura de Alba, broadcaster at Radio UF, discuss the impact of globalization on grassroots activism, providing insights on how social media has changed how people volunteer in their communitites in the US, and challenges of movement decontextualization.
Less Ice More Tension: The Transforming Geopolitics in the Arctic
Erik Carlqvist, journalist at Uttryck Magazine, Dennis Donovan, and Laura de Alba, broadcaster at Radio UF, discuss the Arctic region and its growing importance in global politics as a result of the climate crisis. They dive into about the military build ups, the diplomatic statements, and other important dynamics that play out as the Arctic ice melts.
Cover: Amine M’siouri