Carnegie experts share their audio favorites for keeping up on news, debates, and trends in international affairs.
The composition of Giorgia Meloni’s government will be an important signal.
The problem is that the viewpoints of the three parties are that they're diverging not converging.
The decision to mobilize reservists and the ensuing domestic unrest points to Putin’s weakness. Western sanctions and military support for Ukraine are key to preventing a Russian victory.
Join Aaron David Miller as he hosts Kadri Liik, Andrew Weiss, and Eugene Rumer to discuss the latest developments in Russia's war in Ukraine and where the conflict goes from here.
NPR's A Martinez talks to Thomas de Waal of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace about Russian-organized annexation votes that Ukraine's allies say violate international law.
International support for Ukraine thus far has focused on immediate priorities. While supplying weapons, sanctioning Russia, and adjusting energy prices are of great importance, a longer-term vision is also needed to ensure a better future for Ukraine.
After President Vladimir Putin announced a "partial" military mobilization of Russian reservists for his war in Ukraine, many people are fleeing the country. The EU seems unable to resolve internal divisions over open borders, mainly due to opposition from former Soviet countries.
The referendums are aimed at Ukraine and the Western countries, as well as the Russian public. President Vladimir Putin is trying to regain the military initiative as well as the political narrative.
Putin has presented the world with impossible choices. Russia must emerge from this crisis chastened for its recklessness. But in the next few weeks, leaders need to find offramps to prevent the worst. This will take maximum flexibility and creativity from all sides.