US insight from the Independent for the first week of March 2022

Indy 100 Briefing Dave McLean

Ukraine government fights meme war as Russia invades, while Boebert heckles Biden at State of the Union

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The threat of nuclear conflict has loomed over the world for the past week as Russian troops rolled into Ukraine, while the world looked on in shock. But surprisingly for a time of crisis, Ukraine decided to harness the power of Twitter and memes to highlight the nation’s plight on the world stage. The whole situation had many wondering exactly what the worst-case scenario would look like, and unsurprisingly we found it to be pretty bleak. As ever, Donald Trump blundered into the debate with a shaky grasp of the facts, and could probably use one of our great explainers to get up to speed.

For those of you who’d like to play a part in helping people fleeing the nation, do add your voice to our Refugees Welcome campaign. Meanwhile in Washington, Joe Biden had strong words for Putin at his State of the Union address. But while he set out his view of the world, and plans back at home, it was overshadowed by the Republican Party’s usual suspects who outdid themselves on the embarrassing behaviour front.


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