Week of March 11, 2022

Last week, UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and Sweden’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Ann Linde joined us for two #ACFrontPage events, followed by a conversation with commander of US Space Command General James H. Dickinson and Venezuela experts to discuss the social, economic, and geopolitical impacts of Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Let me be clear, we are still not doing enough. We must double down. We have to ramp up the global pressure on Putin.

Elizabeth Truss, United Kingdom Foreign Secretary

Russia alone is responsible for the human suffering and tragic loss of life resulted by this aggression.

Ann Linde, Swedish Minister of foreign affairs

No country in the Americas voted in favor of Russia’s stance in condemning the UN resolution… that’s a real blow to Russia’s consistent attempts to galvanize regional support.

jason marczak, senior director, latin america center, atlantic council

Russia, like China, possesses sophisticated lasing and jamming capabilities, but most concerning is their development and testing of ground-based anti-satellite weapons.

Gen. James H. Dickinson, Commander, US Space Command

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