This is the third installment of our interview with Stanislav Byshok, a Russian political scientist and Ukrainian affairs expert. Stanislav provides an interesting critical perspective from Russia, and the hosts of “On the Barricades” discuss with him the web of unintended consequences that emerged a few days after Moscow launched the invasion. We’re talking about difficult, unexpected, and dangerous political events, as well as economic ones. We also talk briefly about how to try to make sense of what’s going on in Ukraine on the ground and how to get past “the fog of war in the media,” as Stanislav put it.
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