Ukraine 242 Podcast

OLENA HALUSHKA - HER TRIP TO JAPAN AND WHY THE JAPANESE SAY UKRAINE SHOULD NOT FEAR NUKES FROM THE INVADERS and TH FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY IN UKRAINE

January 25, 2023 Anne Levine
OLENA HALUSHKA - HER TRIP TO JAPAN AND WHY THE JAPANESE SAY UKRAINE SHOULD NOT FEAR NUKES FROM THE INVADERS and TH FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY IN UKRAINE
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Ukraine 242 Podcast
OLENA HALUSHKA - HER TRIP TO JAPAN AND WHY THE JAPANESE SAY UKRAINE SHOULD NOT FEAR NUKES FROM THE INVADERS and TH FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY IN UKRAINE
Jan 25, 2023
Anne Levine

Our guest is olena halushka

She just returned from a trip to Japan where she learned the Japanese governments attitudes towards the threat of nukes from Russia. What she learned in the talks was very surprising!

Olena is a board member of the Ukrainian NGO Anti-Corruption Action Center. She is also part of the International Center for Ukraine Victory. She worked as a Chief of International Advocacy at the Post-Maydan Reanimation of Package Reforms from 2015-2017. She was an Advisor to Members of Parliament from 2012 to 2014. She served as a Kyiv City Council Member and Deputy Chair of the Council Commission on Housing and Energy. An avid writer and political commentator, her works can be found in outlets such as The Washington Post, the Atlantic, Foreign Policy, EU Observer, and the Kyiv Post. Olena obtained a PhD from Kyiv National University in International Economics in 2016. Olena spoke to us from Warsaw Poland where she is currently working.

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Our guest is olena halushka

She just returned from a trip to Japan where she learned the Japanese governments attitudes towards the threat of nukes from Russia. What she learned in the talks was very surprising!

Olena is a board member of the Ukrainian NGO Anti-Corruption Action Center. She is also part of the International Center for Ukraine Victory. She worked as a Chief of International Advocacy at the Post-Maydan Reanimation of Package Reforms from 2015-2017. She was an Advisor to Members of Parliament from 2012 to 2014. She served as a Kyiv City Council Member and Deputy Chair of the Council Commission on Housing and Energy. An avid writer and political commentator, her works can be found in outlets such as The Washington Post, the Atlantic, Foreign Policy, EU Observer, and the Kyiv Post. Olena obtained a PhD from Kyiv National University in International Economics in 2016. Olena spoke to us from Warsaw Poland where she is currently working.