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Making Sense of the War in Ukraine

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“Making Sense of the War in Ukraine” ties together critical pieces of background on the current crisis and raises questions that call for our immediate attention. Guests Alex Gendler, Ramon Mejía, and Jerry Harris touch on the pattern of post-Soviet Russian imperialism; the real strength of the far right in Ukraine and Russia; the links between militarism and the fossil-fuel economy, and how we can build solidarity without militarism. Internationalism needs to be built on ongoing relationships with people around the world impacted by militarism, they suggested, and can be tied to the global fight against authoritarianism. Tobita Chow, director of Justice is Global and member of the Convergence editorial board member, moderated.  



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