What does the future hold for Ukraine? | TV Shows

On Thursday, March 24 at 19:30 GMT:
The UN says greater than 950 civilians in Ukraine have been killed and 10 million displaced since Russian forces invaded the nation on February 24, with little signal of a direct finish to the battle.

US President Joe Biden is now making ready to affix separate NATO and EU summits aimed toward forging a united Western response to the battle. NATO member international locations have despatched navy {hardware} to Ukrainian forces since Russia started its assault, whereas turning down President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s appeals for a no-fly zone that might carry the navy alliance into direct battle with Russia.

Biden’s journey to Europe follows his latest name with Chinese language President Xi Jinping. Biden warned Xi on March 18 that Beijing would face “penalties” if it offers materials help to Russia. Xi says “all sides” should have interaction in dialogue to finish the battle.

However now NATO members together with Germany and Denmark are planning to ramp up their very own navy spending – elevating the spectre of a brand new Chilly Struggle. The Baltic member states of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are publicly frightened that they might face future assault by Russia. Analysts say the battle in Ukraine has additionally reignited public debate about Sweden and Finland becoming a member of NATO – anathema to Moscow.

On this episode of The Stream we’ll have a look at the result of the NATO and EU summits and what they imply for Ukraine and the remainder of Europe.

On this episode of The Stream, we’ll be joined by:
Hanna Shelest, @UA_Analytica
Editor in Chief, Ukraine Analytica

Ronja Scheler, @RonjaScheler
Programme Director, Worldwide Affairs at Körber-Stiftung

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