A majority of the US public continues to back current military and financial aid to Kyiv, recent polls find.
Nearly half of Americans (47%) now say Washington should urge Kyiv to settle for peace as soon as possible.
A slim majority think Moscow should open up negotiations, but it is unclear what they might be willing to concede.
And bipartisan majorities of Americans support admitting new members to the alliance, Council polling shows.
Carla Anne Robbins guests hosts World Review with Karen DeYoung, Steve Erlanger, and Nirmal Ghosh for a discussion on where the three powers stand at the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
NATO allies sound the alarm on Ukraine’s ammunition shortage, Erdogan and Assad face criticism, and spy balloon hysteria continues to strain US-China relations.
Ukraine expects a new Russian offensive in the east as attacks intensify. Council President Ivo Daalder dives in with Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, Stefan Kornelius, and Giles Whittell on World Review.
Germany and the United States agree to send tanks to Ukraine. Ivo Daalder discusses with Jamil Anderlini, Elise Labott, and Peter Spiegel.
In the face of urban warfare, Ukrainian mayors and local communities emerge as symbols of leadership, resistance, and resilience.
Former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt, Georgetown’s Angela Stent, the Council’s Ivo Daalder, and CNN's Bianna Golodryga analyzed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intentions and potential plans after invading Ukraine.
“Vladimir Putin called this a special military operation. In normal English, it's called war,” Ivo Daalder shared his thoughts on the Russian invasion of Ukraine at a public town hall.