(Podcast) Evidence of atrocities increasing across Ukraine
Thought Leader: Anderson Cooper
April 16, 2022
Given Bucha, and Borodianka, the leveling of Mariupol, attacks on hospitals, and use of anti-personnel weapons on civilians, it is not hard to make a case that Russian tactics in Ukraine amount to war crimes on a scale not seen in Europe since the atrocities in the former Yugoslavia. But is how realistic is it to expect to hold Vladimir Putin directly accountable? Perspective from Sir Geoffrey Nice, who led the prosecution of Slobodan Milosevic, at The Hague. Also, Clarissa Ward brings us an update to a story of an 86 year-old woman who was stuck in Ukraine.