Episode 459 Reach Out to Russians

Olivia Ward is a journalist who covered numerous wars, including the Soviet war against Chechnya. Michael Beer works with Nonviolence International, which has developed a list of potentially helpful suggestions for speeding up the end of the war in Ukraine. Much depends upon the communication among Russians and their knowledge of the situation, as well as of ways to organize opposition campaigns with a minimum of personal risk in a country that has become nearly totalitarian. For the video, audio podcast, transcript, and public comments column: https://tosavetheworld.ca/tosavetheworld.ca. Then share your thoughts on the comments column under the video screen.


Olivia Ward

Michael Beer


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There is a new platform for people wanting to explore how cyber attacks are being used in the Ukraine war. Check it out her: https://cyberconflicts.cyberpeaceinstitute.org/?

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