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One Year of Russia’s War in Ukraine … and Beyond

This Newlines Institute Contours podcast reviews the geopolitical effects of Russia’s war in Ukraine, assesses what might occur in that conflict in the year ahead, and seeks to answer the question of whether anything or anyone can convince Russia and Ukraine to halt the fighting. New Lines Senior Director Nicholas Heras is joined by two globally recognized experts on Russia, Ukraine, and the war’s geopolitical impact war – New Lines Senior Director Eugene Chausovsky and New Lines Nonresident Fellow Jeff Hawn – to further break down the intricate network of tactics the U.S. and its partners have engaged to isolate and punish Russia, the geopolitical strategy that Putin’s government has embarked on, and the prospects for an outright Ukrainian victory in the war.

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