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The war in Ukraine is at a critical stage.

Russia continues to stretch out Ukrainian forces in several areas along the 600-mile front. Moscow has stepped up air raids.

“Our cities and communities suffer daily from such Russian strikes,” Ukraine President Zelensky wrote in a post on Telegram.

Joining Host Jim Falk to talk about the current situation in Ukraine are:

Ambassador Kay Bailey Hutchison, who served as the U.S. Ambassador to NATO from 2017 to 2021, and

David J. Kramer, the executive Director of the George W. Bush Institute. He is the author of, Back to Containment: Dealing with Putin’s Regime.

Many observers believe that neither Russia nor Ukraine has a decisive advantage. There is rising concern that the U.S. could be drifting towards another “forever war.”

Join our guests to hear more about this concern.

 

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Graphic showing host Jim Falk at the Perspectives Matter table with the text, "Sanctions: Do They Work?" to the left.Sanctions: Do They Work?
Campus Protests: Rights, Rules & The First AmendmentCampus Protests: Rights, Rules & The First Amendment