Russia’s war on Ukraine – Can more be done to help?

Russia’s war on Ukraine – Can more be done to help?

By The New Statesman

Russian attacks on a number of Ukrainian cities continued on Saturday, as President Zelensky pleaded for Nato to introduce a No Fly Zone. Emily Tamkin in Washington DC is joined by Writer-at-large Jeremy Cliffe in Marseille and Managing Editor, International, Alix Kreoger on the Slovakian Ukrainian Border.

They discuss why Nato is resisting a No Fly Zone, whether Europeans yet understand the true impact of the sanctions and Alix shares her reporting with refugees on Ukraine’s borders with the West.

Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listener’s question on whether this war will force us to reevaluate the legacy of Angela Merkel.

Further reading:


no-fly zone over Ukraine risks igniting war between Nato and Russia

Alix’s video reporting from the border

The exemplary resilience of Volodymyr Zelensky

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