On 24 February, Vladimir Putin declared war when he launched a “special operation” in Ukraine. The world has rallied. Western governments have sent arms and ordered sanctions. But the real impacts are yet to come: an enormous humanitarian crisis, millions of refugees, economic upheaval. This special report follows the conflict closely, describing what is at stake – and what could happen next.
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War in Ukraine
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