Russia-Ukraine conflict started decades before Putin; Subway systems in 2022

Russia-Ukraine conflict started decades before Putin; Subway systems in 2022

By NPR

Here & Now Anytime

Wednesday, 26 January

We talk with Anatol Lieven of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft about the role of NATO in the Russia-Ukraine conflict and why the tension started decades before Vladimir Putin. And, the pandemic forced many major metro systems to cut back significantly as ridership dropped and many offices went remote. Seth Kaplan, Here & Now transportation analyst, discusses the future of subway systems.
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