Sophia Opatska

CEO, Lviv Business School, Ukrainian Catholic University

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CEO of the Lviv Business School at the Ukrainian Catholic University, in Western Ukraine

Sophia Opatska on KCRW

What does the first week of Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine say about the likelihood of a cyber and nuclear war?

Will sanctions against Russia make Putin more volatile?

What does the first week of Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine say about the likelihood of a cyber and nuclear war?

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American and European diplomats are trying to ease a potentially dangerous crisis, claiming Russia has illegally taken control of Crimea, which belongs to Ukraine.

What Will Vladimir Putin Do Next?

American and European diplomats are trying to ease a potentially dangerous crisis, claiming Russia has illegally taken control of Crimea, which belongs to Ukraine.

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Riot police used clubs, shields and tear gas to attack lines of hand-holding demonstrators early this morning in Kiev, Ukraine's capital city.

Ukraine: More Dangerously Divided than Ever

Riot police used clubs, shields and tear gas to attack lines of hand-holding demonstrators early this morning in Kiev, Ukraine's capital city.

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