State of Ukraine
State of Ukraine
About State of Ukraine
We have reporters on the ground in Ukraine and around the world, bringing you the latest on Russia's war in Ukraine. We'll discuss the conflict's past, its possible future, and what each new development means for the rest of the world.
A Russian fighter jet clipped a U.S. drone, forcing it to crash in the Black Sea. It is one of the most serious incidents involving U.S. and Russian militaries in and around Ukraine. And a young volunteer from Poland braves artillery barrages to evacuate residents from Bakhmut, the epicenter of recent fighting in Eastern Ukraine.
After a year of war, Russia and Ukraine have lost many of their best troops. The problem for Ukraine is that Russia's far larger population means it likely could access far more troops to send to the front. NPR's Frank Langfitt talks to two front-line Ukrainian soldiers about the future of the conflict.
The US Secretary of State met with his Russian counterpart for the first time in more than a year. The war in Ukraine has led to a collapse relations between the two. A war that shows no signs of ending, with no diplomatic end game in sight.
Russia's war on Ukraine affected grain shipments and raised concerns about a global food crisis. A year later, the worst fears about food prices and worldwide hunger failed to materialize. Nurith Aizenman talks about what went right and what the future of global food prices may be.
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