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Ukrainian news outlet suggests UK and US governments are primary obstacles to peace

Recent media reports indicate that the West pressured Ukraine to stop the ongoing negotiations with Russia, which led to the collapse of the talks being held in Istanbul 

Mapping Faultlines: Has Russia Won This Round in the Energy War?

In this episode of Mapping Faultlines, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the face-off over energy in the Ukraine war. He explains the implications of Russia’s decision to stop supplies of natural gas to Poland and Bulgaria

Russia-Ukraine Conflict Ukraine finally starts evacuation of civilians from Mariupol city 

In the past, Ukraine has denied several Russian proposals to conduct the evacuation through humanitarian corridors, leading Russia to accuse it of using civilians as human shield  

Russia-Ukraine Conflict As Russian offensive in Ukraine enters third month, talks stalled 

Russia alleges that the US and NATO are pushing for the continuation of the war by supplying heavy weapons to Ukraine and pressuring its president to backtrack from the promises made during the talks earlier  

Mapping Faultlines: NATO is fighting Russia to the last Ukrainian

Two months into the war in Ukraine, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkyayastha talks about what has clearly become a conflict between NATO and Russia

NATO countries gear up to supply more weapons to Ukraine

Germany, Canada, the UK, the Netherlands, and Romania are among the countries that have pledged the supply of more weapons to Ukraine. The US has already announced a billion dollars worth of arms supplies in a week

Mapping Faultlines: 50 Days of war in Ukraine

In this episode of Mapping Faultlines, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkyastha analyses the military and economic situation in Ukraine and across the world in light of the war

Russia-Ukraine talks face crisis, Thai dissident indicted and other stories

Today we look at the latest on the talks amid the war in Ukraine, the indictment of a dissident in Thailand, and more

Russia-Ukraine Conflict Putin accuses Ukraine of going back on promises made at Istanbul talks 

Putin claimed that until Ukraine recognizes Crimea as part of Russia and the independence of the Donbass republics, “no progress could be reached in the talks”

Russian-Ukrainian talks in Istanbul Russia-Ukraine talks to continue despite Bucha setback 

Russia has alleged that Western countries and media have deliberately ignored the facts that deny its involvement in the Bucha killings for the sole purpose of derailing the progress made in the peace talks so far and prolong the war

Will Japan and Russia tensions over contested Pacific Islands spill over into war?

A leaked version of Japan’s yearly text on its foreign policy suggests that its government is taking a tougher stance on its long-standing conflict with Russia

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

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