Russia's invasion of Ukraine has caused significant casualties

The Hub at Johns Hopkins February 29, 2024, 06:01 AM UTC

Summary: Two years after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, over half a million people have been killed or wounded. Western support is crucial for Ukraine's resistance, with the US and NATO providing significant military aid. The conflict has divided European countries, weakening Europe and NATO. Complacency towards the war is dangerous, and scholars can help counter Russian propaganda. The invasion has also exposed the limitations of the "rules-based international order" in deterring aggression.

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