State of Ukraine With reporters on the ground, conversations with politicians and officials, and breakdowns of what's going on, we'll bring you everything you need to know about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, multiple times a day. We'll discuss the conflict's past, its possible futures, and what each new development means for the rest of the world.
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With reporters on the ground, conversations with politicians and officials, and breakdowns of what's going on, we'll bring you everything you need to know about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, multiple times a day. We'll discuss the conflict's past, its possible futures, and what each new development means for the rest of the world.

Most Recent Episodes

100 years ago, 'Carol of the Bells' came to America — from Ukraine

"Carol of the Bells" is a Christmas staple in the U.S., but it was written by a Ukrainian composer and first came to the U.S. 100 years ago — when Ukrainians were fighting for freedom.

100 years ago, 'Carol of the Bells' came to America — from Ukraine

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The EU aims to find a way to hold Putin responsible for war crimes in Ukraine

NPR's A Martinez talks to Luis Moreno Ocampo, former chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, about an EU proposal for a special war crimes court in Ukraine.

The EU aims to find a way to hold Putin responsible for war crimes in Ukraine

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With a trip to Kyiv, NATO foreign ministers underscore their commitment to Ukraine

NATO foreign ministers are now meeting in Romania to discuss how to support Ukrainians as they confront a harsh winter and a constant barrage of Russian attacks on critical infrastructure.

With a trip to Kyiv, NATO foreign ministers underscore their commitment to Ukraine

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Ukraine remembers a famine under Stalin, and points to parallels with Putin

Ukraine marked 90 years since a terrible famine that killed at least 4 million of its people. The event was especially poignant this year as Ukraine deals with its present crisis.

Ukraine remembers a famine under Stalin, and points to parallels with Putin

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Ukrainians prepare for winter by cutting down trees, raising concerns about forests

Ukraine is suffering power outages and damaged heating systems as Russia attacks its energy systems. Many are preparing for winter by cutting down trees, raising concerns about the country's forests.

Ukrainians prepare for winter by cutting down trees, raising concerns about forests

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Georgians alarmed at the arrival of tens of thousands of Russian exiles

A small country bordering Russia and partly occupied by it is alarmed by the recent arrival of tens of thousands of Russian men fleeing conscription into the Ukraine war.

Georgians alarmed at the arrival of tens of thousands of Russian exiles

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Aid to Ukraine is vital this winter as Russia keeps up its attack on infrastructure

As Russia's bombardment of Ukraine's infrastructure continues, the Ukrainian government is set to receive more than $4 billion in aid from the U.S. to help keep basic services running.

Aid to Ukraine is vital this winter as Russia keeps up its attack on infrastructure

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How Russia is weaponizing the Ukrainian winter

Ukraine says Russia is using the cold as a weapon against Ukrainians, by targeting the country's ability to heat and power homes. Repair crews are struggling to restore power to damaged areas.

How Russia is weaponizing the Ukrainian winter

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She was a diplomat in Ukraine when war came. In a U.S. suburb, a truck took her life

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to Dan Langenkamp, former press attaché for the U.S. embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine, about his advocacy for bike safety. His wife was killed in a crash in August.

She was a diplomat in Ukraine when war came. In a U.S. suburb, a truck took her life

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Examining the missile mishap in Poland and the lessons to take away

NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Stephen Flanagan, a senior fellow at the RAND Corporation, about the lessons NATO can learn from this week's missile strike near Poland's border with Ukraine.

Examining the missile mishap in Poland and the lessons to take away

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