Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city, is still fighting the Russian invader in the country’s east. Better yet, his defense forced the enemy troops to flee. The city enjoyed a day without bombardment on Saturday. On the ground, public transportation is getting ready to resume service. Is this the war’s turning point? François-Bernard Huyghe, director of research at Iris, Emmanuel Dupuy, president of the Institute for Prospective and Security Europe, and Nadezda Kutepova, Russian political refugee and nuclear law and human rights lawyer, discuss it.
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