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Carl Bildt

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Latest 26 Nov 2022 | Updated Daily

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Göran Hägglund, Mona Sahlin och Carl Bildt om valrörelsen

Val 2022

Jag är rätt spänd på hur detta kommer att sluta, säger Carl Bildt. Så här lät det när han, Mona Sahlin och Göran Hägglund besökte valvakan i P1. Carl Bildt, f.d. statsminister och moderat partiledare, Mona Sahlin, f.d. socialdemokratisk partiledare, och Göran Hägglund, f.d. kristdemokratisk partiledare, kommenterar valrörelsen och de preliminära valsiffrorna i Sveriges Radios valvaka i P1. Hör hela Sveriges Radios valvaka 11 september 2022.

19mins

11 Sep 2022

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Intervju med Carl Bildt

Ledarredaktionen

5 september. Sverige är tveklöst ett bättre land idag än när han var statsminister 1991–94. Carl Bildt varnar både för kortsiktighet och tendensen att blicka bakåt, och berättar om allt från historiska lärdomar till sin syn på samtida och framtida nordiskt och europeiskt samarabete, bland mycket annat. Han intervjuas av Tove Lifvendahl – intervjun finns även att läsa online på SvD.se/ledare.

49mins

5 Sep 2022

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The Economist Asks: Carl Bildt

The Economist Asks

The war in Ukraine has driven Finland and Sweden to rethink their long-held position on neutrality. Anne McElvoy asks the former Swedish prime minister whether the two countries will join Nato. Will membership bring stability and security to Europe and how should the Nordic neighbours manage their relations with Russia? Plus, he relives the history lesson he received from the former German chancellor Helmut Kohl. Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions:www.economist.com/podcastoffer Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

29mins

21 Apr 2022

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The Economist Asks: Carl Bildt

The Economist Podcasts

The war in Ukraine has driven Finland and Sweden to rethink their long-held position on neutrality. Anne McElvoy asks the former Swedish prime minister whether the two countries will join Nato. Will membership bring stability and security to Europe and how should the Nordic neighbours manage their relations with Russia? Plus, he relives the history lesson he received from the former German chancellor Helmut Kohl. Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions:www.economist.com/podcastoffer Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

29mins

21 Apr 2022

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Exclusive interview with Carl Bildt, Former Prime Minister of Sweden | One on One

TRT World Podcasts

TRT World's Ali Aslan sits down for a one-on-one with former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt.#Europe #Interview #CarlBildt

5mins

5 Apr 2022

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War in Ukraine: One Month in with Carl Bildt

Brussels Sprouts

With the war in Ukraine now entering its second month, we are seeing few day-to-day changes on the battlefield. Russia’s focus appears to be primarily on the south and the east of the country, as it looks less and less likely that it will be able to muster sufficient forces to take Kyiv. Meanwhile, there has been limited progress in negotiations—while President Zelenskyy has said he is amenable to neutrality for Ukraine, there nonetheless remains a deep political divide when it comes to territorial integrity. Taken together, it seems that we are likely to see a long, drawn-out conflict with no real end in sight. Carl Bildt joins Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Jim Townsend on the latest episode of Brussels Sprouts to discuss all of this and more. Carl Bildt is the co-chair of the European Council on Foreign Relations. He previously served as both Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden. Under his leadership, the government initiated major liberal economic reforms and negotiated Sweden’s accession to the EU.

40mins

29 Mar 2022

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Carl Bildt om kriget i Ukraina: "Konflikten är inte borta förrän Putin är borta"

Morgonpasset i P3 – Gästen

Fd. statsminister och utrikesminister Carl Bildt om varför Sverige inte gick med i Nato under hans tid i regeringen, hur han ser på kriget i Ukraina och hur han tror kriget får sitt slut. Vi pratar med Carl Bildt om vad som pågår i huvudet på Vladimir Putin, en ledare Bildt träffat och haft koll på under lång tid. Carl Bildt har tidigare haft affärsintressen i ett ryskt gasbolag och vi frågar honom om han varit naiv. Dessutom avhandlas frågan om folkomröstning i Nato-medlemskapsfrågan. Programledare: David Druid, Linnea Wikblad och Kodjo Akolor

34mins

21 Mar 2022

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Linnea Wikblads mindfulness, Putins deadline passerad och Carl Bildt om hur kriget ska sluta

Morgonpasset i P3

Kodjo Akolor har hittat listan över världens tråkigaste jobb! David Druids mamma är trött på att sonen aldrig hör av sig! Linnea Wikblad håller en mindfulness-övning! Erik Glaad, inrikespolitisk reporter om bensinupproret i Vänsterpartiet! Kalle Berg från P3 Nyheter rapporterar om Putins deadline som är passerad & varför Kina inte medlar. Dessutom kommer f.d. statsminister och utrikesminister Carl Bildt förbi och pratar kriget i Ukraina, NATO, vad som pågår i Putins huvud och fredsförhandlingar. Programledare: Kodjo Akolor, Linnea Wikblad och David Druid

1hr 31mins

21 Mar 2022

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Kodjo döps i livesändning, Carl Bildt på g till Ukraina och advokater som fifflar

Morgonpasset i P3

Det är Rouski wednesday och dagen till ära ringer vi upp Carl Bildt som är på väg till Ukraina. David ber honom köpa med lite najs grejer från taxfreen hem till honom, men Bildt vägrar. Kodjo döps i livesändning och då finns det ingen bättre man för jobbet än Johan Dalman, aka kungahusets präst. Mycket händer i krimvärlden och därför har vi givetvis Evalisa Wallinfrån P3 Krim på besök. Hon snackar skjutningar, advokater som fifflar och domen i Vårbergnätverket-rättegången som kommer på fredag.

1hr 20mins

16 Feb 2022

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Stunning summit — EU's engine room — Ex-Swedish PM Carl Bildt

POLITICO's EU Confidential

We unpack last week's extraordinary summit of EU leaders, take stock of the coronavirus situation in Europe and bring you inside the EU's "engine room." Our special guest is former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt.POLITICO's Andrew Gray is joined by Chief Brussels Correspondent David M. Herszenhorn to unpack last week's remarkable European Council, where emotions ran high over Hungary's new anti-LGBTQ+ measures. Leaders also held a heated discussion on relations with Russia, with Eastern Europeans blasting a last-minute proposal from Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron to hold a summit with Vladimir Putin.We also take stock of Europe's coronavirus situation with Chief Policy Correspondent Sarah Wheaton, as questions mount about the Delta variant and whether digital passes will allow for normality to resume soon.Then we lift the lid on the most important EU body most Europeans have never heard of: Coreper. The committee of 27 EU ambassadors is credited with keeping the bloc's political machinery going while much of Europe went into lockdown. POLITICO's Jacopo Barigazzi joins the podcast to break down his article, "How ambassadors took over the EU."Our special guest is former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt. The veteran statesman spoke to Sarah on the sidelines of the Globesec security conference in Bratislava about his current gig as the World Health Organization's special envoy for the Access to COVID-19 Tools Accelerator, as well as Europe's relations with Russia, the situation in Belarus and EU enlargement prospects in the Balkan region. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

37mins

1 Jul 2021

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