On 24 February 2022, Russia launched a large-scale military operation in Ukraine. With tens of thousands fleeing the country and Russian President Vladimir Putin heightening the tension in Europe by putting his nuclear forces on high alert amid tightening sanctions by the West, the world faces a profound humanitarian and economic crisis. How might this crisis end? What role is China on the diplomatic stage? And how can the media rise to the challenge of disinformation and censorship? Moderated by FCC President Keith Richburg.
Dr. Mher Sahakyan, founder and director of the China-Eurasia Council for Political and Strategic Research in Armenia.
Kaoru Ng, photojournalist whose work has been seen on Kyodo, NHK, Asahi and TBS. He will be joining the discussion from Ukraine.
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