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11 Oct, 2022 06:27

Striking escalation? Daniel Kovalik, adjunct professor of intl. human rights, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

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Moscow’s retaliation against Kiev’s recent attacks on Russian infrastructure has brought the war back into sharp relief for the many Ukrainians who are far from the frontlines. Will Russia’s strikes be persuasive enough to change the thinking about the conflict, not only in Kiev, but also in Washington? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Daniel Kovalik, adjunct professor of international human rights at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

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