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    March 7, 2022

    Queen's In The News Monday, March 7, 2022

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Jane Boulden
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    CBC Radio: Cross Country Checkup with Ian Hanomansing
    Dr. Boulden joins in the conversation about whether Canada is doing enough about the war in Ukraine.
    Thomas Hughes
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • Office of the VP (Research)
    • Centre for International and Defence Policy
    ctvnews.ca: Russian invasion of Ukraine: What is the likelihood of a nuclear accident or attack?
    Hughes says that nuclear reactors and power stations are incredibly resilient to attacks or to anything striking them.
    Christian Leuprecht
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • Smith School of Business
    • School of Policy Studies
    National Post: While Russia's military battles Ukraine's, their leaders fight war of media messaging
    CTV National Network News: Ukraine accuses Russia of breaking ceasefire
    CPAC: The Week In Review - March 4, 2022 (cue 9:30)
    CBC Radio: Calgary Eyeopener with David Gray, Angela Knight
    CBC Online: Information Radio - MB with Marcy Markusa
    Roy Green Syndicated Radio Show: How did the war in Ukraine escalate to this point?
    CBC's The Current with Matt Galloway: Police radio logs offer harrowing insight into night of Nova Scotia mass shooting; how the war in Europe could impact climate change; invasion fuelling health-care crisis; and a B.C. tour operator helping Canadians reach loved ones in Ukraine (cue 15:00)
    CBC News Network: Edmonton AM with Mark Connolly, Tara McCarthy
    CHML 900 (Hamilton radio): The Hamilton Today Podcast with Scott Thompson (cue 43:50)
    Dr. Leuprecht talks about the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
    Robinson, Darryl
    • Law
    Globe and Mail: International court to hear Ukraine case seeking halt to Russian invasion
    Prof. Robinson says that law and legal mechanisms can help establish facts before impartial judges, and marshal social and political sanction against wrongdoers.
    Struzik, Ed
    • School of Policy Studies
    Climate One: Peat, kelp and trees: nature-based carbon capture
    Prof. Struzik talks about the importance of peatlands and how they store large amounts of carbon.

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