According to both state and independent polls, the vast majority of Russians support the so-called “special military operation” in Ukraine. Many of them do not doubt that they are responsible for what is happening West. How Western scientists interpret the results of Russian sociological surveys, whether the US and Europe really ignored Russia’s interests, and whether the future post-war Russia should Germany learn something from its experience of reflecting on its National Socialist past? German political scientist Hans-Henning Schroeder answers these and other questions for the Dekoder project.
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