Now 10 months in, what's the story of the war in Ukraine?
The attack by Russia on Ukraine began a little over 10 months ago. As we near the end of a year of war in the East of Ukraine, what can we take away from the conflict?
Isabelle Khurshudyan is the Ukraine bureau chief for The Washington Post — Here & Now‘s editorial partner — and has been on the ground throughout the conflict.
She joins host Scott Tong for a look at the latest news, the past 10 months, what to expect next and the resilience of the Ukrainian people.
This article was originally published on WBUR.org.
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