Russia-Ukraine war at a turning point. What could the next few months look like?
In a move that’s largely been denounced and seen as an illegal seizure of land, Russian President Vladimir Putin recently annexed four regions of Ukraine. Russia’s lower house of parliament has approved the land seizure.
Russia retreated out of the Ukrainian town Lyman on Sunday, and the region was cleared of Russian troops.
How much longer will this war go on? What are the next steps in the war to achieve peace? Is there still a present danger of nuclear weapons? Should America become involved?
- Yousur Al-Hlou, video journalist for The New York Times
- Andrew E. Kramer, reporter covering the countries of the former Soviet Union for The New York Times
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*This interview was recorded on Tuesday, October 4.