In Ukraine, the most intense fighting is happening in the eastern part of the country in a region called the Donbas. Right now, Russia is trying to take control of a town called Severodonetsk as Ukraine pushes back. Over the weekend, Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy visited troops on the front lines there and also spoke with families who are still being evacuated from danger zones. Host Marco Werman speaks with Chris Dougherty, a senior fellow at the defense program at CNAS, the Center for New American Security.
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