The conflict in Ukraine is being condemned around the world. But there is a clear division on how they view the situation. The majority of the world has adopted a neutral stance, which has incensed countries, like the United States.
In Ukraine, despite pullback claims from Russia, Kyiv says the bombardment is continuing in the city. Ciaran McQuillan has more from Lviv.
- Gilson Schwartz is a professor of economics at University of Sao Paulo.
- Andy Mok is a Senior Researcher at the Center for China and Globalization.
- Chidanand Rajghatta is Foreign Editor for The Times of India newspaper.
- John Sitilides is Geopolitical Strategist at Trilogy Advisors.
Breaking News: President Vladimir Putin’s advisers misinformed him about the Russian military’s struggles in Ukraine, according to U.S. intelligence. https://t.co/P0CO1ykPJC
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Russia-Ukraine war latest: Putin demands Mariupol surrender; Ukraine accuses Russia of attacking Red Cross – live https://t.co/VGds42tW1x
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