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McCain Institute Leaders Discuss Ukraine with CNN, MSNBC, New York Times and More

WASHINGTON, D.C. – McCain Institute Executive Director Evelyn Farkas has been in the news this week discussing Vladimir Putin’s latest moves in Ukraine and President Biden’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly. Farkas was interviewed on CNN, MSNBC, NBC News NOW and BBC World. She was also quoted in the New York Times following a panel discussion with journalist Julian Barnes at the Intelligence and National Security Alliance where she discussed the urgent need to provide the Ukrainian Armed Forced with the necessary weapons to defeat Putin before the Russian Army regroups.

McCain Institute staff members Scott Nemeth and Caitlin Battey also wrote an op-ed for Stars and Stripes on their experience traveling to the Ukraine border as part of the McCain Global Leaders Program.

View the full roundup of this week’s newsclips below.

New York Times: Ukraine Wants the U.S. to Send More Powerful Weapons. Biden Is Not So Sure.

Stars & Stripes: Caitlin Battey and Scott Nemeth: Never again yet again: A call to action for Ukraine

KCRW: As Putin escalates Ukraine invasion, is Biden stepping up?

The Hill: Putin takes big risk by mobilizing greater force for Ukraine war

Evelyn Farkas Discusses Ukrainian Gains Against Vladimir Putin on Meet The Press NOW

Evelyn Farkas Previews President Biden’s UNGA Speech

Evelyn Farkas Discusses Growing Protests in Russia on CNN

KTVK News Reports on Launch of SCREEN Hate Initiative

Evelyn Farkas Discusses Growing Unrest in Russia on BBC World News

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September 23, 2022
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