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Pub. 17 Abr 2022 – 11:30 AM EDT
Act. 17 Abr 2022 – 11:33 AM EDT

Can Russia be forced to pay for the cost of the war in Ukraine with frozen assets?

When the fighting is done, vast sums of money will be needed in the future for reparations to rebuild Ukraine and to help ensure its long-term security. So who will pay for that?
Pub. 15 Abr 2022 – 11:52 AM EDT
Act. 15 Abr 2022 – 02:47 PM EDT

After 50 days of the war in Ukraine, are the Russia sanctions having any effect?

With a total of 9,655 sanctions against it, Russia is now the most sanctioned country in the world, ahead of Iran. Of these, 6,901 have been imposed since February. But the high price of oil and gas, ironically a result of the war, is fueling Vladimir Putin's war machine. ( Leer en español)
Pub. 9 Abr 2022 – 10:59 AM EDT
Act. 12 Abr 2022 – 11:50 AM EDT

War in Ukraine enters new phase as Putin seeks to salvage "victory" in the eastern Donbas

The war in Ukraine is entering a new phase focused on the east of the country that could determine the outcome of the Russian invasion ordered by President Vladimir Putin. While Russia's war machine still has enormous combat power, it has suffered heavy losses in men and equipment, experts say. (Leer en español)
Pub. 2 Abr 2022 – 05:10 PM EDT
Act. 2 Abr 2022 – 06:20 PM EDT

Cracks in the Kremlin over Ukraine? Has Russia reached "breaking point" over Putin's war?

Security experts and sources in Russia say Putin is left isolated in the Kremlin, relying on his secret service and his bullet-proof ‘Beast from The East’ for protection. ( Leer en español)
Pub. 29 Mar 2022 – 01:50 PM EDT
Act. 29 Mar 2022 – 02:04 PM EDT

Internal reforms and US training helped turn around the Ukrainian military (in photos)

For several years, the Ukrainian armed forces conducted training with U.S. Army instructors at the International Peacekeeping Security Centre near Yavoriv in eastern Ukraine. The base was shelled by Russia on 13 March, killing at least 35 people, although there were no U.S. trainers there as they were withdrawn at the end of February. The Ukrainian Air Force also established a special relationship with the California National Guard.
Pub. 28 Mar 2022 – 07:18 PM EDT
Act. 29 Mar 2022 – 02:06 PM EDT

How Ukraine went from a corrupt army "in ruins" to one that amazed the world

The story of how the Ukrainian military reformed itself after being overrun by Russia in 2014, becoming an effective fighting force in barely eight years. What role did U.S. training and equipment play? ( Leer en español)
11 min de lectura
Pub. 26 Mar 2022 – 06:37 PM EDT
Act. 28 Mar 2022 – 12:39 PM EDT

How easy is it to sanction a Russian oligarch? And will it really help to pressure Putin?

The US and its allies are trying to squeeze Putin by going after his super rich oligarchs. While that’s no easy task in today’s complex world of secret accounts, it may curtail ‘Russian influence operations’ in the West. ( Leer en español)
7 min de lectura
Pub. 21 Mar 2022 – 03:00 PM EDT
Act. 21 Mar 2022 – 03:00 PM EDT

High gas prices: the new headache for Biden and Democrats

Oil prices are likely to remain high for the rest of this year, but the war in Ukraine could give Biden a patriotic boost.
7 min de lectura
Pub. 19 Mar 2022 – 01:38 PM EDT
Act. 21 Mar 2022 – 03:21 PM EDT

War in Ukraine: "We are heading for negotiations, not because Russia wants to but because it has to".

Ukraine's determined resistance has surprised analysts. Ukrainians have gone from "we can defend Kyiv" to believing they can defeat Putin.
8 min de lectura
Pub. 19 Mar 2022 – 01:37 PM EDT
Act. 11 Abr 2022 – 01:27 PM EDT

In photos: Kamikaze drones, Stinger and Javelin missiles; the weapons being sent to Ukraine

The US and its European allies are sending hundreds of millions of dollars in weapons to help Ukraine defend itself against invading Russian forces, including surface-to-air and anti-tank missiles, as well as armed drones. The new $800 million US aid package includes 800 Stinger anti-aircraft systems; 2,000 Javelin anti-tank missiles; 6,000 AT-4 anti-armour systems; 100 drones; and millions more rounds of ammunition.
18 Contenidos
Pub. 12 Mar 2022 – 09:32 AM EST
Act. 12 Mar 2022 – 02:24 PM EST

Looking beyond Ukraine, what is Putin capable of?

Chemical weapons? Cyber attacks? Nuclear conflict? Is Putin playing psychological games with the West? These are all question now being asked as the war in Ukraine drags on. ( Watch Univision's coverage of the Ukraine war in Spanish)
6 min de lectura
Pub. 8 Mar 2022 – 03:44 PM EST
Act. 8 Mar 2022 – 03:50 PM EST

Putin’s military doctrine: flattening cities when necessary

"Basically, if Vladimir Putin has his way, Ukraine will not exist as the modern Ukraine of the last 30 years," says Fiona Hill, the foremost U.S. expert on Putin.
5 min de lectura
Pub. 6 Mar 2022 – 07:21 PM EST
Act. 7 Mar 2022 – 01:34 PM EST

The party may be over for Russian oligarchs, but will sanctions work?

From bank accounts to yachts to football clubs, the impact of international sanctions is being felt around the world as the United States and the European Union put the squeeze on Vladimir Putin and the notorious oligarchs who feed off his regime. ( Leer en español)
10 min de lectura
Pub. 27 Feb 2022 – 10:46 AM EST
Act. 27 Feb 2022 – 03:53 PM EST

World War III: is that a possible outcome of the Ukrainian crisis?

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine this week, the conversation has inevitably turned to a possible escalation that could potentially spark World War III. How great is the risk? ( Leer en español)
8 min de lectura
1 Nov 2021 – 02:08 PM EDT

'The Big Melt': stories from the frontlines of climate change

A new book tell first hand stories from Antarctica, Panama, Peru and Fiji that help shed light on the climate crisis and the international efforts of scientists, activists and politicians to address it. ( Leer en español)
8 min de lectura
1 Nov 2021 – 01:51 PM EDT

On the front line of climate change: how sea level affects these islands in Panama

Rising sea levels are forcing some residents of the autonomous indigenous community of Guna Yala, off Panama's Atlantic coast, to relocate to the mainland. Their fate is an important test case as more coastal communities face the prospect of becoming "climate refugees." ( Ver/leer en español)
11 Contenidos
12 Sep 2021 – 03:10 PM EDT

Uninsurable": how urban growth and more hurricanes are making property insurance riskier

To avoid an insurance crisis, "we, as a society, have to prepare for this... everything has to change, says an authors of a new report by one of the largest reinsurance companies in the world. Otherwise, the risk will grow until some properties become "uninsurable".
7 min de lectura
29 Ago 2021 – 10:30 AM EDT

Back to square one: with the Taliban back in power, will Afghanistan again become a haven for terrorists?

After the 9/11 attacks in 2001, the US invaded Afghanistan to hunt down Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda, to whom the Taliban provided safe haven. Now that they are back in power, will they open their doors again to extremist Islamic groups?
6 min de lectura
23 May 2021 – 11:58 AM EDT

Memories of a Gaza summer

I could see the growing Palestinian anger and frustration after decades of Israeli military occupation. That was 40 years ago, and it has only kept growing. ( Leer en español)
7 min de lectura
27 Dic 2020 – 06:53 PM EST

Covid lessons: what my father’s wartime diaries taught me about living through adversity

Christmas 1940 was the worst of all times in Britain. Most of Europe had fallen to the Nazis and Hitler was trying to bomb London into submission. My father, aged 20, was training to be an Air Force pilot though he had his misgivings about bombing Germany. ( Leer en español)
12 min de lectura