The conflict in Ukraine is dragging on without an end in sight. What can be done to achieve peace?
Ukraine says Russia has been targeting Ukrainian power infrastructure with missile strikes. The West has responded with economic sanctions, imposing a price cap on Russian oil. The Kremlin said the move will destabilize the world’s economy and vowed retaliation.
Joining the discussion:
- Pavlo Kukhta is a former Ukrainian Acting Minister of Economic Development.
- Anton Fedyashin is a professor of history at American University.
- Brian Becker is the executive director of the ANSWER Coalition.
- Klaus Larres is a Professor of History and International Affairs at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has driven a vehicle across a bridge to Crimea that was damaged by a truck bomb attack in October. The bridge links Russia’s mainland with the Crimean Peninsula, which Moscow annexed from Ukraine in 2014. https://t.co/t7NYaasLt1
— The Associated Press (@AP) December 5, 2022
Ukraine was targeted on Monday by a new wave of fatal Russian missiles, the latest attack to disrupt power across the country and pile pressure on its embattled critical infrastructure as temperatures plunge https://t.co/Q2NQgeKR7I
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) December 5, 2022