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One year later, Northeastern experts say no end in sight for Russia’s war on Ukraine

A path to the end of the war in Ukraine is hard to see, Northeastern experts say, and the world is only beginning to reckon with the consequences of this military conflict.

This week as the war in Ukraine reached a 12-month milestone the world was once again assessing the extent of the suffering that Russia brought upon its neighbor and “Slavic brother” in statistical numbers. 

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