Mike Gifford

How Russia’s neighbours are falling out of love with the Kremlin

Vladimir Putin at a summit in Kazakhstan (Credit: Getty images)

Putin’s illegal war in Ukraine has united the West. Nato has been strengthened and there has been much support for the sanctions against the Kremlin and its supporters. Public opinion in the UK is firmly behind the Ukrainian people in their suffering, even if many remain wary of direct military entanglement.

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