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Ukraine Daily Brief Newsletter – Wednesday, March 9, 2022
The Ukraine Daily Brief Podcast is now live. Please be sure to listen and review (we know you are receiving the podcast in the member feed, but reviews help with discoverability). Some notable links referenced in today’s podcast can be viewed here.
- Wall Street Journal: Maternity hospital in Mariupol is hit by Russian airstrike
- Reuters: ‘Scant progress’ is reported in use of newly agreed-to evacuation routes
- Bill Browder responds to war-related investment opportunists: ‘Have some decency’
- Wall Street Journal: Fund managers ‘pour billions’ into crypto, viewing asset class as geopolitical instability hedge
- Washington Post: Lumen follows Cogent in exiting Russian internet infrastructure business
- Fortune: Coinbase blocks 25,000 crypto wallets tied to Russians suspected of illicit activity
- EBRD pledges EUR 2 billion in aid to Ukraine
- BBC Russian: Germany will not be providing military aircraft to Ukraine
- Moscow Times: ‘Anti-war’ Russians are fleeing to Central Asian former Soviet republics
U.S. and the World
- NPR: William Burns warns of an ‘ugly next few weeks’
- Wall Street Journal exclusive: Saudi Arabia, UAE ‘decline calls’ from Biden on Ukraine
- Deep State Radio podcast guest Michael Weiss advises dealing in empirical evidence, not speculation as the Ukraine crisis unfolds.
- DSR Network addition Next in Foreign Policy features Grant Haver interviewing acclaimed Russia and national security journalist, Amy McKinnon.
Tune in to tomorrow’s podcast for new and evolving stories.
The DSR Network Team (Chris Cotnoir, Grant Haver, and Katherine Hill)