War—and peace—in Ukraine

With Amelia Newcomb

There's no doubt that the news out of Ukraine is devastating, but right in the middle of destruction, there are untold instances of unselfish humanity, resilience, safety, and supply. What can we learn from them, and how can focusing some of our attention there support growing good in the region? Amelia Newcomb, Managing Editor of The Christian Science Monitor, joins host David Brown to discuss.

To hear of one instance of safety in a tense situation, please listen to "Looking into the eyes of an armed soldier.

Monitor foreign reporters Martin Kuz and Scott Peterson recently joined editors Amelia Newcomb, Mark Sappenfield, and David Scott to discuss what they saw in Ukraine in the early days of the war. Their reporting doesn't just describe what is happening; they go directly to the people who are affected to understand what the events mean to them—and why it should be meaningful to us.

You can watch the replay at CSMonitor.com/Ukraine.

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