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Special Edition: One Year of War - What’s Next?

• 16 min

It’s been one year since Russia first invaded Ukraine. What’s changed in that time, what’s expected next, and what role does America’s support play in all of it?  Later, I’ll speak with Dalibor Rohac. He’s a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, which is a center-right think tank. He shares his take on whether Russia would really use nuclear weapons. Plus, what he thinks it will take to end the fighting and why the outcome impacts the United States. But first, we’re getting a sense of the mood and the conditions on the ground in Ukraine from an American volunteer and veteran. Dane Miller is the chief logistics officer and director of operations for Volunteers for Ukraine, an American organization that has been providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine since last year. Sign-up for our weekly email newsletter with extra news stories, random recommendations, listener features and more:  Thanks to The NewsWorthy INSIDERS for your support! Get ad-free episodes here: This episode is brought to you by and To advertise on our podcast, please reach out to 

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