As Ukraine calls for more weapons, critics fear that further militarization will only mean more war.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has sparked a war between two European countries on a scale not seen since World War II.
The death and destruction has been extensive, but Russia has faced stiff resistance and Ukrainian forces have retaken some of the territory.
Western weapons and training have played a key role in the conflict, forcing Russia to reassess its tactics. Moscow is now switching to long-range weapons and drones.
Some critics of Western strategy say that pouring more weapons into war simply means more death and delays the need to talk about peace. Is more military aid for Ukraine the way forward?
Peter Zalmayev – Executive Director, Eurasia Democracy Initiative in Kyiv, political commentator and specialist in post-Soviet studies
Pavel Felgenhauer – Military and defense analyst in Moscow
Leonid Ragozin: Freelance journalist in Riga and editor of the book European Tragedy: A History of Russia and the Current Conflict.
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