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America at a Crossroads
Richard Haass with Warren Olney: A Decade When Centuries Happen

America at a Crossroads

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 57:27


Daily News Brief by TRT World
November 30, 2022

Daily News Brief by TRT World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 2:38


*) Deadly blast in western Pakistan A bomb blast targeting a police patrol has killed at least three people and wounded more than 20 people in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, according to a police official. The blast targeted a police patrol that wounded 21 people, including 15 police officers, the official said, adding police were on duty to guard a polio vaccination team. Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, also known as Pakistani Taliban, has claimed responsibility for the blast. *) Zelenskyy says Russia 'planning something in the south' Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says that the situation at the front line remains difficult, with Russian forces attempting to advance in the Donbass region and Kharkiv. In a video address, Zelenskyy said despite extremely large losses, the occupiers are still trying to advance on the Donetsk region, gain a foothold in Luhansk region and move into Kharkiv region, They are planning something in the south, he added. Meanwhile, ​​NATO allies have promised more arms for Kiev and equipment to help restore Ukrainian power and heat knocked out by Russian strikes. *) UNGA to discuss Israel-Palestine conflict The UN General Assembly will hold talks on the Israel-Palestine conflict that it's warned is reaching boiling point. On Tuesday, Israeli forces killed five Palestinians in the occupied West Bank. Two brothers in their twenties were killed during an Israeli air raid in Ramallah. The Palestinian Authority called it an 'execution in cold blood'. A third man was shot in the head near the flashpoint city of Hebron, and a fourth was killed by Israeli forces who say he tried to drive over a soldier. *) US militia leader found guilty of Capitol Hill riot In the United States, the founder of the Oath Keepers right-wing militia has been found guilty of plotting to stop Joe Biden taking office. After a two month trial, a jury in Washington has found Stewart Rhodes and another member, Kelly Meggs, guilty of the rare charge of seditious conspiracy for their role in last year's riot at the US Capitol. Three others were acquitted of that charge, but all five have been found guilty of obstruction of an official proceeding. And finally… *) US beat Iran in World Cup Christian Pulisic scored as the United States advanced to the knockout round of the FIFA World Cup with a 1-0 win over Iran in a politically charged rematch of their famous meeting a quarter-century ago. Back in the World Cup after missing the 2018 tournament, the US opened with draws against Wales and England and needed a victory to move on to the round of 16. Iran finished third in the group with three points and has failed to advance in all six of its World Cup appearances.

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 29, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 26:08


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:23 KHERSON & ZAPORIZHIA3:28 SOUTHWEST DONETSK6:14 NORTHEAST DONETSK10:34 LUHANSK12:04 CHERNIHIV, KHARKIV & SUMY12:43 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA, MYKOLAIV & ODESA14:03 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE14:38 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE19:06 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION21:59 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS23:53 ECONOMICSSupport the show

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 28, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 38:07


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:23 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:40 KHERSON & ZAPORIZHIA11:10 SOUTHWEST DONETSK15:38 NORTHEAST DONETSK18:39 LUHANSK22:18 CHERNIHIV, KHARKIV & SUMY23:23 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA, MYKOLAIV & ODESA25:24 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE26:16 RUSSIAN FRONT27:16 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE30:52 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION33:26 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS34:09 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

Grand reportage
Torturés sous l'occupation russe: des témoins racontent

Grand reportage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 19:30


En visitant la ville de Kherson, récemment libérée, Volodymyr Zelensky a affirmé que des crimes de guerre y avaient été commis. Selon le président ukrainien, les forces russes sont responsables des «mêmes atrocités» que dans d'autres régions d'Ukraine qu'elles occupaient. Libérée en grande partie en septembre-octobre, la région de Kharkiv a aussi connu son lot de violences. Des militaires russes et leurs alliés des entités séparatistes de Louhansk et Donetsk y ont pratiqué des exécutions sommaires et des tortures. Les équipes de l'enquêteur en chef de la région de Kharkiv ont mis au jour au moins 22 sites russes utilisés pour torturer des Ukrainiens.  «Torturés sous l'occupation russe : des témoins racontent», un Grand reportage d'Anastasia Becchio et Boris Vichith.  Réalisation : Ewa Piedel. 

Focus
Return to Ukraine's Saltivka: Residents savour the calm following Russian retreat

Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 6:23


After Russian forces left Ukraine's northeastern city of Kharkiv, residents started to piece their lives back together. In March, our reporters filmed in the bombed-out neighbourhood of Saltivka, a residential area which had been shelled day and night. Most inhabitants fled, although a few terrified, isolated and defiant locals remained. Their stories deeply moved many of our viewers. This autumn, FRANCE 24 returned to Saltivka to see how the survivors were getting on.

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 21, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 46:56


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:23 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:43 KHERSON & ZAPORIZHIA10:06 SOUTHWEST DONETSK12:11 NORTHEAST DONETSK14:21 LUHANSK16:33 CHERNIHIV, KHARKIV & SUMY17:55 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA, MYKOLAIV & ODESA18:59 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE19:23 RUSSIAN FRONT19:57 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE24:57 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION39:18 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS41:10 GEOPOLITICS44:29 ECONOMICSSupport the show

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 22, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 37:31


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:18 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:25 KHERSON & ZAPORIZHIA8:08 SOUTHWEST DONETSK13:50 NORTHEAST DONETSK15:09 LUHANSK17:53 CHERNIHIV, KHARKIV & SUMY19:01 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA, MYKOLAIV & ODESA20:37 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE20:50 RUSSIAN FRONT21:31 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE25:05 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION33:06 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS33:45 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 19, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 37:18


The Malcontent Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:20 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:07 KHERSON & ZAPORIZHIA8:29 SOUTHWEST DONETSK14:06 NORTHEAST DONETSK15:51 LUHANSK18:37 CHERNIHIV, KHARKIV & SUMY19:05 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA, MYKOLAIV & ODESA19:47 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE20:14 RUSSIAN FRONT21:22 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE27:26 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS30:51 GEOPOLITICS34:59 ECONOMICSSupport the show

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 18, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 36:49


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:21 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:38 KHERSON & ZAPORIZHIA7:57 SOUTHWEST DONETSK12:58 NORTHEAST DONETSK15:14 LUHANSK16:41 CHERNIHIV, KHARKIV & SUMY17:57 KYIV19:03 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA, MYKOLAIV & ODESA21:44 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE24:25 RUSSIAN FRONT24:49 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE30:51 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS34:24 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

NPR's Book of the Day
Two books cover the Russia-Ukraine war from opposite perspectives

NPR's Book of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 15:46


In this episode, two nonfiction books explore the Russian invasion of Ukraine from two completely different experiences. First, 12-year-old Yeva Skalietska from Kharkiv reads one of her diary entries from the early days of the war to Here and Now's Deepa Fernandes. Then, former White House Russia expert Andrew Weiss speaks with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly about his new graphic novel biography of Vladimir Putin (illustrated by Brian "Box" Brown) – and why the Russian leader built a nefarious political image for himself that may not be entirely factual.

Focus
War in Ukraine: Civilians in Balakliya share chilling accounts of Russian atrocities

Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 6:05


Ukraine's recapture of the city of Kherson comes two months after another military success: the liberation of large swathes of the northeastern Kharkiv region from Russian occupation. There, too, there were celebrations, as local people greeted soldiers with flowers, hugs and tears. But now as winter approaches, people are struggling to rebuild their towns and their lives. Evidence continues to emerge of systematic torture of civilians who were detained by the Russian occupying forces. FRANCE 24's Gulliver Cragg and Denys Denysov report from the town of Balakliya.

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 16, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 20:08


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:27 DAILY ASSESSMENT4:04 KHERSON & ZAPORIZHIA5:32 SOUTHWEST DONETSK9:17 NORTHEAST DONETSK10:30 LUHANSK11:25 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE18:41 ECONOMICSSupport the show

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 15, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 34:26


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:21 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:50 KHERSON & ZAPORIZHIA14:17 SOUTHWEST DONETSK18:30 NORTHEAST DONETSK20:11 LUHANSK21:58 CHERNIHIV, KHARKIV & SUMY22:27 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA, MYKOLAIV & ODESA23:40 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE24:03 RUSSIAN FRONT24:27 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE27:43 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION & MILITARY STATUS29:19 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS30:57 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Polish officials react to Russian missile strike

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 11:42


Poland's government is holding an urgent meeting of its national security and defence committee after reports Russian missiles crossed into its territory, killing two people. It's believed two stray missiles hit a Polish village near the border of Ukraine. Local firefighters told Reuters two people had died in an explosion - a senior US intelligence official told the Associated Press the missiles had crossed into Poland, which is a member of NATO. Russia had been bombarding cities in Ukraine overnight New Zealand time - hitting cities including Kyiv and Lviv in the west, Kharkiv in the northeast and Odesa in the south. Ukraine's government says it's the heaviest wave of missile strikes in nearly nine months of war. Kathryn speaks with Warsaw-based Deutsche Welle correspondent Rafal Kiepuszewski.

Le journal de 18h00
Ukraine : la Russie se venge avec une nouvelle salve de missiles

Le journal de 18h00

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 19:19


durée : 00:19:19 - Journal de 18h - Quatre jours après la chute de Kherson, la Russie a tiré aujourd'hui une centaine de missiles sur l'Ukraine Les frappes ont notamment visé Kiev, Kharkiv et Lviv. Les autorités ukrainiennes parlent d'une situation critique avec des coupures de courant massives.

SBS Russian - SBS на русском языке
Singer Katya Pshenichner changed her stage name to Pshonka and released a new album - Певица Катя Пшеничнер сменила псевдоним на Pshonka и выпустила новый альбом

SBS Russian - SBS на русском языке

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 10:22


Singer Katya Pshenichner is from Kharkiv, but she has lived in Melbourne for almost her entire life. This year she gave birth to a daughter, moved with her family to Turkey and changed her stage name from KA-TYA to Pshonka. - Певица Катя Пшеничнер родом из Харькова, но почти всю жизнь прожила в Мельбурне. В этом году она родила дочку, переехала с семьей в Турцию и сменила сценическое имя с KA-TYA на Pshonka.

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 14, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 28:56


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:22 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:50 KHERSON & ZAPORIZHIA7:26 SOUTHWEST DONETSK10:03 NORTHEAST DONETSK11:34 LUHANSK13:45 CHERNIHIV, KHARKIV & SUMY15:18 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA & ODESA17:04 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE17:41 RUSSIAN FRONT18:12 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE22:43 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION23:19 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS26:00 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

The Current
Shadow of a Once Great City

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 19:22


As the war in Ukraine rages on, freelance journalist Sarah Lawrynuik takes us to Kharkiv, with her documentary Shadow of a Once Great City. It's the story of a city devastated by the war but doing everything in its power to rebuild, and keep alive the hope of one day returning to normal.

Priorité santé
Médicaments essentiels et innovations de santé

Priorité santé

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 48:30


Regards croisés entre deux autrices qui viennent de consacrer des livres aux médicaments. La première parle de l'histoire des médicaments essentiels tels que l'aspirine, les antibiotiques ou la pilule contraceptive… La seconde des questions que posent les difficultés d'accès aux innovations de santé, qui interroge sur l'économie des produits pharmaceutiques et le rôle que jouent les grands laboratoires, en dépit de leur engagement officiel sur le plan de l'investissement pour la Santé Publique. Comment cette économie du médicament, cette logique commerciale résiste-t-elle sur le plan éthique aux réalités et aux difficultés propres à la situation sanitaire du continent africain ? Gaëlle Krikorian, docteure en Sociologie à l'EHESS et ex-directrice des politiques de la campagne d'accès aux médicaments essentiels de Médecins sans frontières. Auteure de Des big Pharma aux communs, publié chez LUX éditeur Marie-Morgane Le Moël, journaliste, auteure de La petite histoire des grands médicaments, aux éditions Autrement Michel Sidibé, envoyé spécial de l'Union Africaine pour l'Agence Africaine du Médicament. En ouverture de l'émission, nous vous proposons de donner la parole à deux médecins français, le Pr Raphaël Pitti et le Dr Pierre Catoire. Ils viennent de passer une semaine en Ukraine, à proximité de la ligne de front, pour dispenser une formation de médecine d'urgence à des médecins ukrainiens. Ils nous décriront la situation sanitaire sur place et la nature de leur mission à Lviv et à Kharkiv. En fin d'émission, nous retrouvons la chronique nutrition du Dr Binetou Cheick Seck nutritionniste à Dakar au Sénégal.

Priorité santé
Médicaments essentiels et innovations de santé

Priorité santé

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 48:30


Regards croisés entre deux autrices qui viennent de consacrer des livres aux médicaments. La première parle de l'histoire des médicaments essentiels tels que l'aspirine, les antibiotiques ou la pilule contraceptive… La seconde des questions que posent les difficultés d'accès aux innovations de santé, qui interroge sur l'économie des produits pharmaceutiques et le rôle que jouent les grands laboratoires, en dépit de leur engagement officiel sur le plan de l'investissement pour la Santé Publique. Comment cette économie du médicament, cette logique commerciale résiste-t-elle sur le plan éthique aux réalités et aux difficultés propres à la situation sanitaire du continent africain ? Gaëlle Krikorian, docteure en Sociologie à l'EHESS et ex-directrice des politiques de la campagne d'accès aux médicaments essentiels de Médecins sans frontières. Auteure de Des big Pharma aux communs, publié chez LUX éditeur Marie-Morgane Le Moël, journaliste, auteure de La petite histoire des grands médicaments, aux éditions Autrement Michel Sidibé, envoyé spécial de l'Union Africaine pour l'Agence Africaine du Médicament. En ouverture de l'émission, nous vous proposons de donner la parole à deux médecins français, le Pr Raphaël Pitti et le Dr Pierre Catoire. Ils viennent de passer une semaine en Ukraine, à proximité de la ligne de front, pour dispenser une formation de médecine d'urgence à des médecins ukrainiens. Ils nous décriront la situation sanitaire sur place et la nature de leur mission à Lviv et à Kharkiv. En fin d'émission, nous retrouvons la chronique nutrition du Dr Binetou Cheick Seck nutritionniste à Dakar au Sénégal.

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 4, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 39:31


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:23 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:46 KHERSON COUNTEROFFENSIVE & MYKOLAIV10:44 DNIPROPETROVSK & ZAPORIZHIA14:58 SOUTHWEST DONETSK18:31 NORTHEAST DONETSK19:13 LUHANSK20:43 KHARKIV21:33 CHERNIHIV & SUMY REGION22:15 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA & ODESA23:14 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE23:28 RUSSIAN FRONT24:40 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE28:11 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION34:41 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS36:28 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

Bob Sirott
Ukraine-Russia War update: Continued air raid alarms in Kharkiv and Dnipro

Bob Sirott

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022


Ukraine-based journalist Joseph Lindsley discusses the latest threats in the country.

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 3, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 37:40


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:17 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:40 KHERSON COUNTEROFFENSIVE & MYKOLAIV11:13 DNIPROPETROVSK & ZAPORIZHIA15:45 SOUTHWESTERN DONETSK19:39 NORTHEAST DONETSK20:27 LUHANSK22:07 KHARKIV22:35 CHERNIHIV & SUMY REGION23:17 THEATERWIDE AND OUTSIDE OF UKRAINE27:59 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION & MILITARY STATUS33:25 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS35:01 GEOPOLITICS AND ECONOMICSSupport the show

Bob Sirott
Ukraine-Russia War update: Food and water delivered to Ukrainian elderly

Bob Sirott

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022


Journalist and editor of ‘Ukrainian Freedom News' Joseph Lindsley joins Bob Sirott from Ukraine to deliver the latest news on the Ukraine-Russia War, including missiles that hit near the center of Kharkiv and Joseph’s travels to deliver food to the elderly. You can find more updates on Joseph's website, ukrainianfreedomnews.com. To donate to Joseph and his […]

Eye on Travel with Peter Greenberg
An extended conversation with the Deputy Director of Kharkiv City Council in Ukraine

Eye on Travel with Peter Greenberg

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 27:35


This week's Eye on Travel Podcast with Peter Greenberg features an extended conversation with Yuliia Zghurska, the Deputy Director of Kharkiv City Council on the the war, the city's work to preserve its culture and monuments, and how people around the world can help.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

LSE Middle East Centre Podcasts
Student Careers Panel

LSE Middle East Centre Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 29:42


Students at all levels and institutions were invited to this careers panel where practitioners in various Middle East-related fields will talk through their career paths. Reza Afshar is the Executive Director of Independent Diplomat, a non-profit non-governmental organisation founded in 2004 by British former diplomat Carne Ross to give advice and assistance in diplomatic strategy and technique to governments and political groups. Previously, Reza was head of the team responsible for Syria policy at the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). During his time at the FCO, Reza also served as head of the Middle East, Asia and Europe Team at the UK Mission to the United Nations (2009 to 2012). He was awarded an OBE in 2012 for his work as lead negotiator on Libya in the UN Security Council. During his 13 years of service, Reza also worked on Iraq (2003-2004), Zimbabwe (leading the UK Foreign Office's crisis team in 2008), and negotiated new arms control protocols relating to cluster munitions and landmines. Hind Hassan is an award winning international correspondent for VICE News covering conflicts, humanitarian crisis and the biggest developing stories from around the world. Since joining VICE News, Hassan has reported on wars and uprisings across the globe including the post-ISIS legacy in Syria, Lebanon's blast demonstrations and the battle over Nagorni-karabakh where her team became the first journalists to independently confirm the use of cluster munitions against civilians in Azerbaijan. Most recently Hassan travelled to Ukraine where she documented war crimes and the devastation caused by Russian bombs in the city of Kharkiv, just 30 kilometres from the Russian border. She was also part of a team that investigated the essential oil industry's frankincense supply chain, uncovering allegations of abuse made against a multi-million dollar American wellness company. Hassan embedded with the Taliban in Afghanistan just months before the group's takeover of Kabul and was on the ground in Jerusalem and Gaza ahead of the military offensive on the Strip. Prior to joining VICE News, Hassan worked as a reporter for Sky News. Ahmed Tabaqchali is a Visiting Fellow at the LSE Middle East Centre and a capital markets professional with over 25 years' experience in US and MENA markets. He is the Chief Strategist of the Asia Frontier Capital Iraq Fund. Ahmed is a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Regional and International Studies (IRIS), and non-resident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council - Iraq Initiative. He is a board member of Capital Investments, the investment banking arm of Capital Bank-Jordan. Previously, he was former Executive Director of NBK Capital, the investment banking arm of the National Bank of Kuwait, Managing Director and Head of International Institutional Sales at WR Hambrecht + Co., Managing Director at KeyBanc in London and Director & Head of Capital Markets & Institutional Sales at Jefferies International in London. He started his career at Dean Witter International in London. At the LSE Middle East Centre, Ahmed is researching Iraq's economy and political economy with a specific focus on the economic aspects of the relationship between the GoI (Government of Iraq) and the KRG (Kurdistan Regional Government). Michael Mason is Director of the LSE Middle East Centre. He is also Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Environment and Associate of the Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment. His research interests encompass environmental politics and governance, notably issues of accountability, transparency and security.

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War October in Review

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 40:16


Our Chief Content Officer, David Obelcz, recaps the month of October and gives Russia and Ukraine a grade on their performance based on the stated goals for each belligerent.October in review (through October 30)Outlook for November How will Russia respond to Sevastopol attack on the Black Sea FleetPatreons get more! You can access our daily Situation Report for as little as $5 a month, providing additional insights, backlinks, references, maps, and videos.Support the show

Ray Appleton
Calfifornia Past Offenders Get A 2nd Chance Under Seal Law. Massive Russian Barrage Hits Kyiv. Ray Shares A True Scary Story For Halloween

Ray Appleton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 39:56


Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed a bill that seals certain criminal records. The new law could reduce recidivism and help millions of past offenders secure a job or housing. A massive barrage of Russian strikes on Monday morning hit critical infrastructure in Kyiv, Kharkiv and other cities, knocking out water and power supplies in apparent retaliation for what Moscow alleged was a Ukrainian attack on its Black Sea Fleet over the weekend.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
News Wrap: More than 150 killed in South Korea crowd surge

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 6:13


In our news wrap Monday, a crowd surge on a narrow city street in South Korea led to the deaths of more than 150 people, police in western India arrested nine people in connection with the collapse of a 143-year-old pedestrian bridge that left at least 134 people dead and a barrage of Russian strikes knocked out Ukrainian power and water supplies today in Kyiv, Kharkiv and other cities. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Politics
News Wrap: More than 150 killed in South Korea crowd surge

PBS NewsHour - Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 6:13


In our news wrap Monday, a crowd surge on a narrow city street in South Korea led to the deaths of more than 150 people, police in western India arrested nine people in connection with the collapse of a 143-year-old pedestrian bridge that left at least 134 people dead and a barrage of Russian strikes knocked out Ukrainian power and water supplies today in Kyiv, Kharkiv and other cities. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - World
News Wrap: More than 150 killed in South Korea crowd surge

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 6:13


In our news wrap Monday, a crowd surge on a narrow city street in South Korea led to the deaths of more than 150 people, police in western India arrested nine people in connection with the collapse of a 143-year-old pedestrian bridge that left at least 134 people dead and a barrage of Russian strikes knocked out Ukrainian power and water supplies today in Kyiv, Kharkiv and other cities. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

Ukrainian air defense forces destroyed 44 missiles out of more than 50 fired by Russia over Ukraine on October 31 during another massive attack on civilian infrastructure. at the same time, Russian rockets hit the infrastructure in Kyiv and the region, Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia, Kirovohrad region, Cherkasy region, and Chernivtsi region. This caused problems with the power supply.

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for October 29, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 32:15


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update of events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:22 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:33 KHERSON COUNTEROFFENSIVE & MYKOLAIV7:00 DNIPROPETROVSK & ZAPORIZHIA10:12 SOUTHWEST DONETSK13:09 NORTHEAST DONETSK15:21 LUHANSK17:07 KHARKIV17:27 CHERNIHIV & SUMY REGION17:55 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA & ODESA18:59 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE23:33 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION28:59 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

Bob Sirott
Ukraine-Russia War update: What Putin said in his speech

Bob Sirott

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022


Journalist and editor of ‘Ukrainian Freedom News' Joseph Lindsley joins Bob Sirott from Ukraine to deliver the latest news on the Ukraine-Russia War, including people’s opinions about Putin’s speech and Russian missiles that hit a park in Kharkiv. You can find more updates on Joseph's website, ukrainianfreedomnews.com. To donate to Joseph and his team's efforts to […]

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for October 27, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 27:46


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:23 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:19 KHERSON COUNTEROFFENSIVE & MYKOLAIV7:21 DNIPROPETROVSK & ZAPORIZHIA8:22 SOUTHWEST DONETSK11:17 NORTHEAST DONETSK12:48 LUHANSK15:26 CHERNIHIV & SUMY REGION15:49 KYIV16:20 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA & ODESA17:25 RUSSIAN FRONT18:17 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE18:47 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION24:59 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS26:04 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ
Charitable Foundation "Kharkiv with you"

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 16:51


A conversation with Olena Rofe-Beketova - volunteer from Kharkiv, director of the "Kharkiv with you" fund.

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for October 26, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 36:34


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:28 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:17 KHERSON COUNTEROFFENSIVE & MYKOLAIV7:16 DNIPROPETROVSK & ZAPORIZHIA9:30 SOUTHWEST DONETSK12:16 NORTHEAST DONETSK15:09 LUHANSK18:19 KHARKIV19:35 CHERNIHIV & SUMY REGION20:06 KYIV20:20 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA & ODESA20:32 RUSSIAN FRONT21:14 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE27:22 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION32:13 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS33:59 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for October 25, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 40:36


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's episode with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:24 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:10 KHERSON COUNTEROFFENSIVE & MYKOLAIV8:29 [Ad] Eat Sleep Nerd9:17 (Cont.) KHERSON COUNTEROFFENSIVE & MYKOLAIV9:40 DNIPROPETROVSK & ZAPORIZHIA11:29 SOUTHWEST DONETSK13:47 NORTHEAST DONETSK17:31 LUHANSK21:54 KHARKIV22:24 CHERNIHIV & SUMY REGION22:59 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA & ODESA23:30 RUSSIAN FRONT24:02 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE31:23 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION34:53 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS36:59 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

RNZ: Morning Report
Conscripted Russians captured or killed within days on Ukraine front line - former NZ soldier

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 4:11


A former New Zealand solider on the front line in Ukraine says growing numbers of freshly conscripted Russians are being captured or killed within 72 hours of being called up. The Russian President Vladimir Putin gave mobilisation orders to over 300,000 men on 21 September - some of whom are reported to be sent into battle without any training. Artillery, mortar bombs and explosions are the sounds of the ongoing war in Ukraine that haunt even the most experienced of soldiers. But it's experience that is lacking among Russian fighters on the front lines. [audio_play] Listen to this story from Morning Report A veteran New Zealand soldier in a Ukrainian reconnaissance unit in the Mykolaiv Oblast region, who RNZ agreed not to name, said since Vladimir Putin's mobilisation orders, those joining the Russian effort were untrained and lacking basic skills. "You imagine you are an actual, regular force Russian soldier who has been on the front line for eight months now with little to no rotation, because they expected a quick victory.  "Your mates have been dying around you, you're starving, you scrape together any warm clothing you can find because you're freezing, and your army doesn't give you any warm kit. "And now you've got some civilian who doesn't want to be there, who has been forcibly conscripted.... he's come to the front lines with even less kit than you have, and he is your reinforcement." He described the enemy's morale as going from bad to worse, causing an increasing number of surrenders from the Russian side They were finding some of those captured Russians were incredibly ill-prepared, even carrying rusty weapons from the 1970's Soviet stock, the soldier said. "We had a battalion the other day take a position, the Russians retreated obviously. "Later that night, two of those Russians decided to walk back to that position which is now Ukrainian because they were cold, and their sleeping bags were still there. "So naturally they were captured immediately. "They got a sleeping bag in the end, because they are now imprisoned, but we actually feed them and give them water and a warm place to sleep so it's a much better deal than what they are getting from their own side." The soldier said those fighting for Ukraine expected to see mass surrenders as winter draws closer, with the inexperienced Russians likely to freeze in the trenches they had been living in for months. "We know that winter is going to be the death blow for them and not us. "However, given the nature of winter here in Eastern Europe, it will slow movements down. "So obviously it's harder for armoured vehicles to move around the battlefield, even infantry manoeuvres become a lot more difficult, so in terms of combat action it might slow down a bit, but we are still looking to press the advantage we have."     [h] Soldier expects increase in casualties Another former New Zealand soldier fighting in Ukraine said his unit was expecting to see an increase in Russian casualties because of their lack of skill. "On the ground level we barely think about how much of them we kill, more about how many of us we lose. "Their personal discipline is poor as is their ability to utilise specialist weapons. "Their biggest let down is their inability to command troops, especially in a combined arms capacity." In simple terms he said, they just do not know how to best use the equipment they have. "On the line, there have been more Russians wanting to surrender but also trying to find safe locations in which they can prior to doing so."   [h] Veterans advocate on mobilisation Former soldier and veterans advocate, Aaron Wood, from No Duff said although the official mobilisation started in September, the Russian army had previously been filling its ranks with prisoners.  He said those who had been conscripted were "basically cannon fodder". "There's evidence they aren't even getting two weeks' worth of training, they are getting conscripted and sent to the front within a week, and literally within hours of getting to the front they are being killed and captured. "There are reports of entire battalions, especially up north in places like Lyman and Kupiansk in the ongoing Kharkiv offensive, the Russians have been struggling to stem that tide, and they've just been pushing these new units straight into the front line and they've been decimated." Wood said after eight months, Ukrainian units had worked out how to operate together, and Russia had lost that advantage. Those on the front line said that disadvantage will continue to grow, as Ukrainian forces secure land and liberate towns weekly.

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for October 24, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 25:31 Very Popular


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:23 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:29 KHERSON & MYKOLAIV7:05 DNIPROPETROVSK & ZAPORIZHIA8:49 SOUTHWEST DONETSK11:38 NORTHEAST DONETSK14:55 LUHANSK16:01 KHARKIV16:36 CHERNIHIV & SUMY REGION17:22 KYIV REGION, CENTRAL, & WESTERN UKRAINE17:47 RUSSIAN FRONT19:33 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE21:28 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION23:06 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS24:03 ECONOMICSSupport the show

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for October 22, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 28:27 Very Popular


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's episode with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:22 ERRORS & OMISSIONS1:36 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:16 KHERSON COUNTEROFFENSIVE & MYKOLAIV9:06 DNIPROPETROVSK & NORTHERN ZAPORIZHIA9:46 SOUTHERN ZAPORIZHIA10:01 SOUTHWEST DONETSK12:11 NORTHEAST DONETSK13:18 LUHANSK14:19 KHARKIV14:35 CHERNIHIV & SUMY REGION15:30 KYIV15:57 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA & ODESA16:20 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE17:18 RUSSIAN FRONT17:41 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE21:00 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION21:48 WAR CRIMES & HUMAN RIGHTS26:43 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for October 21, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 24:07


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's episode with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:23 DAILY ASSESSMENT2:50 KHERSON COUNTEROFFENSIVE & MYKOLAIV9:01 DNIPROPETROVSK & NORTHERN ZAPORIZHIA10:27 SOUTHERN ZAPORIZHIA10:45 SOUTHWEST DONETSK12:07 NORTHEAST DONETSK13:00 LUHANSK13:32 KHARKIV14:15 CHERNIHIV & SUMY REGION14:38 THEATERWIDE & OUTSIDE UKRAINE21:01 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION21:49 GEOPOLITICS & ECONOMICSSupport the show

Explaining Ukraine
Sorrows and joys of the war zone in Eastern Ukraine | Ep. 149

Explaining Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 44:49


We went to Kharkiv region again, to learn more about the life of Ukrainians near the frontline and in liberated villages and towns. In this episode of the Explaining Ukraine podcast, we tell you the story of the mass grave in Izyum, of an 8-year-old girl killed in Bezruky, of a Ukrainian writer who went missing in Kapytolivka, his autistic son, and of how Kharkiv remains brave and strong with a vibrant cultural life despite constant shelling. Hosts: Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, chief editor of UkraineWorld.org, and Tetyana Ogarkova, Ukrainian scholar and journalist, in charge of international outreach at the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre. Support us on patreon.com/ukraineworld

CNN News Briefing
6 AM ET: Kharkiv blasts, chemical straightening cancer risk, BTS' military service & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 4:26 Very Popular


The Ukrainian city of Kharkiv is under fire this morning and officials say Russia continues to strike the country's energy infrastructure. Gun control, health care and voting access were hot topics in last night's gubernatorial debate in Georgia. The Trump Organization reportedly charged the secret service "exorbitant rates" to stay in hotels while protecting the former President. A new study has found a link between chemical hair straighteners and cancer. Plus, BTS members will take part in military service.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast
Ukraine: A War of Nerves

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 28:59


The past week has been one of contrasting emotions in Ukraine. The country celebrated a dramatic and unexpected development: an attack on a key bridge linking Russia with Crimea was seen as a major strategic blow to Vladimir Putin. But days later, Russia launched some of the most widespread missile attacks of the war. Paul Adams, says there is a lingering unease in Ukraine about Putin's next move. Last month, a bold counter-offensive by Ukraine's military in the country's east led to a retreat by Russian forces. But as the Russians left behind cities they occupied for months, allegations of atrocities they committed began to emerge. Sofia Bettiza met some Sri Lankans held captive in the city of Kharkiv. A shocking attack on a nursery in Thailand's north-east stunned the country. Jonathan Head was in the village of Uthai Sawan, and reflects on the part that the hardship of life may have played in the tragedy. After the Soviet Union collapsed, Tajikistan slid into a 5 year civil war which cost 100,000 lives and forced a million people from their homes. Among the pursuits of daily life that has suffered amid the violence is bee-keeping. But, thanks to a conservation initiative, it's seeing a revival says Antonia Bolingbroke Kent. A dream inspires a visit to a fishing village in Romania across the Danube from Ukraine. Its name is Periprava – once the site of a Communist-prison camp, now razed to the ground. Nick Thorpe was given a tour of the secluded, small community, much transformed. But despite its charm, the sound of sirens can still be heard across the waters – and a colder reality breaks the spell. Presenter: Kate Adie Producers: Serena Tarling and Ellie House Editor: Bridget Harney Production Coordinator: Iona Hammond

The FOX News Rundown
Evening Edition: FOX Visits Newly Liberated Town In Ukraine

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 11:44 Very Popular


Ukrainians facing more missile and drone attacks on civilian infrastructure for the third day straight. Meanwhile, more and more atrocities are uncovered as Ukrainian forces liberate towns from Russia occupation. FOX's John Saucier speaks with FOX's Trey Yingst, in Kyiv, Ukraine, about his visit to a newly liberated town near the city of Kharkiv and the horror stories he saw there.   Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' https://listen.foxaud.io/rundown?sid=fnr.podeve  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Post Reports
The war is back in Kyiv

Post Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 13:44 Very Popular


A wave of Russian airstrikes rocked Kyiv on Monday morning, shattering months of calm and thrusting the city back into the center of the war. Today on “Post Reports,” we hear from our reporter on the ground in Ukraine's capital. Read more:On Monday morning, Russian forces fired a series of airstrikes on major Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv, Kharkiv and Lviv. At least 11 people were killed and more than 80 were injured nationwide according to Ukraine's national police department. Russian President Vladimir Putin described the attacks as punishment after Ukraine bombed the Crimean Bridge this past Saturday. Russia's strikes come after a relatively quiet summer in the Ukrainian capital. Missy Ryan, reporting on the ground in Kyiv, says the attack “brings home the fact that [the war] remains an incredibly volatile situation…and puts Kyiv back at the center of this escalating conflict.”

The Ezra Klein Show
Why Russia Is Losing the War in Ukraine

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 77:00 Very Popular


When Russia invaded Ukraine in February, the question most analysts were asking was not whether Russia would win. It was how fast. On almost every quantifiable metric from military strength to economic size Russia has decisive advantages over Ukraine. A swift Russian victory appeared inevitable.Of course, that swift victory didn't happen. And in recent weeks, the direction of the war has begun to tilt in Ukraine's direction. On Sept. 6, the Ukrainian military launched a counteroffensive near Kharkiv in northern Ukraine and regained 3,400 square miles of territory in a week — more territory than Russia had captured in the last five months. Analysts are now saying it's unlikely that Vladimir Putin can accomplish one of his chief aims: annexing the Donbas by force.Andrea Kendall-Taylor is the director of the trans-Atlantic security program at the Center for a New American Security. She's a former intelligence officer who, from 2015 to 2018, led strategic analysis on Russia at the National Intelligence Council. When we spoke, she was recently back from a trip to Ukraine. And she believes that the long-term trends favor a Ukrainian victory.In this conversation, Kendall-Taylor helps me understand this watershed moment in the war. We discuss why Ukraine's recent counteroffensive was so significant; how it and other recent developments have hampered Russian morale, manpower and weapons supply; whether sanctions are really influencing Russia's strategy, and how sanctions might get worse; how this conflict is profoundly changing Europe; whether this recent turn of events signals a possible Ukrainian victory; why “personalist dictators” like Putin can be so dangerous when backed into a corner; how likely it is that we'll see stalemate or settlement negotiations in the near future; how Kendall-Taylor rates the likelihood of various outcomes; what we should expect in the next phase of the war and more.Mentioned:“Ukraine Holds the Future” by Timothy Snyder“The Russia-Ukraine War at Six Months” by Adam ToozeRecommendations:Stalin: Paradoxes of Power, 1878-1928 by Stephen KotkinTwitter Accounts to Follow for Russia-Ukraine War Analysis:Michael KofmanRob LeeMick RyanThe Institute for the Study of WarThoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at ezrakleinshow@nytimes.com.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Annie Galvin and Rogé Karma. Fact-checking by Michelle Harris, Mary Marge Locker and Kate Sinclair. Original music by Isaac Jones. Mixing by Sonia Herrero, Isaac Jones and Carole Sabouraud. Audience strategy by Shannon Busta. Special thanks to Kristin Lin, Kristina Samulewski and Emma Ashford.

The Daily
Is Ukraine Turning the Tide in the War?

The Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 21:57 Very Popular


Over the weekend, Ukraine's military stunned the world. After months of a kind of stalemate, its military took hundreds of miles of territory back from Russia — its biggest victory since the start of the war.How did the war reach this critical point, and what does Ukraine's success mean for the future?Guest: Eric Schmitt, a correspondent covering national security for The New York Times.Background reading: A lightning Ukrainian offensive in the country's northeast has reshaped what had become a grinding war of attrition.Stunned by a lightning advance, Russia has acknowledged the loss of the northern region of Kharkiv, which cast doubt on the premise that Ukraine could never defeat it. For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.