Sanctions on Russia
Mapping Faultlines: Springtime for BRICS?

In this episode, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the recent BRICS summit and the relevance of the bloc in the context of the Russia-Ukraine war and geopolitical developments

Mapping Faultlines: How the West’s attempt to crush Russia’s economy is failing

NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha describes the latest developments in the energy wars as the west’s strategy of ruining Russia’s economy flounders

Daily Round-up| Impact of Gaza blockade and more stories

In this episode, we bring you stories from Palestine, , the deal between the EU, Egypt and Israel on natural gas, protests against red-tagging in the Philippines and the release of an Indigenous leader from Ecuador

What is the US strategy in Ukraine?

Eugene Puryear of BreakThrough News talks about the US strategy as the war in Ukraine crosses 100 days. He talks about the nature of US aid to Ukraine, its reluctance to encourage diplomacy and the prevailing views inside the establishment

EU sanctions on Russia European Union reaches agreement to ban Russian oil imports 

The sanctions will immediately impact two-thirds of Russian crude oil imports which are transferred via the sea. Following opposition by Hungary, the remaining one-third which is supplied through the Druzhba pipeline is temporarily exempt

Ukraine war food crisis Russia is ready to help alleviate the global food crisis if West lifts sanctions, says President Putin 

The US and its allies have imposed unilateral sanctions on Russia following its attack on Ukraine in February. They have also accused Russia of preventing the export of food grains and fertilizers from Ukraine

World food crisis World food crisis: causes, consequences and solutions

The war is exacerbating the food crisis, but to end it, the United States must first realize no military solution to the conflict in Ukraine will bring about the defeat of Russia it seeks

Russia-Ukraine Conflict Proxy war in Ukraine raises concerns of global food insecurity, underlines need for talks 

While Ukraine refuses to engage in talks, Russian forces scored a major victory in Donbass following the surrender of hundreds of Ukrainian forces in Mariupol’s Azovstal steel plant earlier this week

Mapping Faultlines: A month later, where is the Ukraine war heading?

NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the situation in Ukraine a month after the Russian attack began, including the military developments and the questions of sanctions and their economic impact

Russia-Ukraine Conflict As Ukraine war enters second month, an end seems nowhere near

The war in Ukraine has caused a massive humanitarian crisis in Europe and exposed several faultlines on the basis of race and geo-strategic calculations across the world, which, if unaddressed, will continue to undermine world peace in the future

Mapping Faultlines: As war drags on, countries look to protect their interests

In this episode of Mapping Faultlines, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the latest on the global economic front as the Russia-Ukraine war continues

Iran nuclear deal Iranian parliamentarians reiterate need for guarantees from US to revive the nuclear deal  

Parliamentarians in Iran issued a joint statement on Tuesday, asking their country’s negotiators to look for guarantees from the US that it will not violate the deal in the future before finalizing it

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