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This week saw heightened tensions in the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
A wave of drone strikes hit the Russian capital Tuesday morning, bringing the war to Moscow for the first time. This, as Russian bombs continued to fall on Kyiv in a month that has seen relentless shelling of the city. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian military preps for a promised counteroffensive as it renews its push for NATO membership.
David Ignatius is foreign affairs columnist at the Washington Post. He joins Diane to lay out the state of play, and whether this could be a turning point in the war.
- David Ignatius Foreign affairs columnist, The Washington Post
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