As the United Nations warns about the devastating global impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, talks to negotiate a peace settlement appear to have collapsed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin appears determined to push forward despite a more resilient Ukrainian defence than expected, as both sides seem to be fixated on gaining military and territorial victories.
Meanwhile, the U.S. continues to pour millions of dollars in weapons into Ukraine.
“It does seem that the United States thinks that Ukraine should be supported in its war effort, not its negotiation effort, until the very end,” says Nina Khrushcheva, professor at The New School and the great-granddaughter of former Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev.
She also speaks about the current climate of civil society within Russia and the faulty intelligence that led Putin to decide to invade Ukraine.
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