Can the war in Ukraine last for years?


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Professor Tássio Franchi, a specialist in migrations and borders, and geopolitics professor Cândido Cristino Luquez Marques Filho, both from the School of Command and General Staff of the Army (Eceme) and the Meira Mattos Institute, debate live with journalist Luis Kawaguti the six months of war in Ukraine and prospects for the future.

Starting at 18 H30 this Tuesday (20), they will discuss how borders, immigrants, power relations in Europe and the military forces of Russia and Ukraine can look.

The War Games column features exclusive reports on the war industry, armed forces, conflict zones and geopolitics. These topics are discussed in depth in weekly conversations with experts in the field.

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