Ukraine’s counter-offensive has not gone to plan. By the end of September, President Volodymyr Zelensky’s troops had recaptured just 0.25% of the territory occupied by Russian forces in June.
The Economist’s editors sat down to discuss prospects for the war, analyse the changing roles of America and nato, and consider how leaders in the global south have reacted to the conflict. Sharing insights from their recent meetings with President Zelensky and other high-level decision makers in Ukraine, our experts assess the latest military and diplomatic developments.
With Zanny Minton Beddoes, Shashank Joshi, Anton La Guardia and Arkady Ostrovsky.