Ukraine was on the back foot for most of the conflict; however, with the new offensive in August, the tides seem to be turning.
The risk of nuclear war has been apparent for 60 years, yet President Biden has stated that a “prospect of Armageddon” is present in light of Vladimir Putin’s most recent threats of nuclear attack and has declared strategies for prevention.
The Russia-Ukraine conflict poses a direct threat to the sovereignty of Taiwan, as danger from China lurks near.
The Russo-Ukrainian War adds a definitive blow to the precarious global food production situation already weakened by climate change and COVID-19 supply chain shortages. The UN now estimates that 50 million people will go hungry in 2023.