It has been one month since Russia began its assault on Ukraine.
According to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, there have been approximately 2,600 civilian casualties in Ukraine: 1000 killed and 1,600 injured.
A senior NATO military officer has estimated that since the start of the invasion Russia has suffered between 30,000 and 40,000 casualties, including those killed, wounded, taken prisoner or missing in action.
Today, President Biden, who is in Brussels for meetings with NATO, the G7, and the European Council, held a news conference.
We take a closer look at what he had to say and what it all means. Plus, we explore the latest headlines and address listeners’ calls, questions and concerns.
- Professor of Political Science and Faculty Scholar, Rice University Baker Institute
- Senior fellow and a member of the advisory council of the Institute for Sustainable Peace
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