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12 Feb, 2023 06:53

Heroes and villains? Nivedita Das Kundu, senior researcher at York University

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The year 2022 upset the apple cart of international geopolitics in more ways than one but the launch of the Russian military operation in Ukraine has definitely divided the historical timeline into before and after – not only for those with a direct stake in the outcome of this war but also for those watching from the sidelines. Is it proximity or distance to the frontlines that can offer the best chance of ending this conflict? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Nivedita Das Kundu, senior researcher at York University and author of several books on relations between India and the countries of the former Soviet Union.

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