About This Edition
Steve Erlanger, Kim Ghattas, and Susan Glasser return to World Review with Ivo Daalder to check in on diplomatic fights and flights on Ukraine and why the crisis is still a stalemate. Then, they explore the recent calm in the Middle East and assess whether we'll have a conclusion on the Iran deal by the end of the month.
Emmanuel Macron tries to assuage Russia’s concerns, but no one ever truly implemented the Minks Agreement he’s rousing, explains Ivo Daalder on CBC's Power & Politics.
Americans are evenly split on whether to send troops to defend Ukraine, likely a sign of bipartisanship on the issue, argues Dina Smeltz in War on the Rocks.
Survey data shows that while Americans favor military action against violent extremist groups, they are less supportive of US involvement in Syria.
A joint Council and IranPoll survey shows that although Iranian and American public support for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action has waned over time, there is still sizable backing for it in both countries.