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War is ravaging Ukraine. What can we expect for the future of global diplomacy?

A Ukrainian serviceman walks between debris outside the destroyed Retroville shopping mall in a residential district in Kyiv after a Russian attack on the Ukrainian capital.
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A Ukrainian serviceman walks between debris outside the destroyed Retroville shopping mall in a residential district in Kyiv after a Russian attack on the Ukrainian capital.

The way countries fight wars has changed significantly in the 21st century. And those changes can make visualizing the impact of war difficult.

This week on Disrupted, what can we expect from the future of war and international diplomacy? We’ll hear what Russia's Invasion could mean for their relationship with China. And, why K-Pop bands like BTS are important for the South Korean government.

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James Szkobel-Wolff is a producer for the Connecticut Public Radio’s weekly show 'Disrupted,' hosted by Dr. Khalilah Brown-Dean.
Zshekinah Collier is a producer for Connecticut Public Radio’s weekly show 'Disrupted.' Previously she was a Radio Production & Storytelling Intern and contributed to 'Audacious,' 'The Colin McEnroe Show,' 'Seasoned,' and 'Where We Live.'
Dr. Khalilah L. Brown-Dean is an award-winning scholar at Quinnipiac University, author, and host of 'Disrupted' on Connecticut Public.
Catie Talarski is Senior Director of Storytelling and Radio Programming at Connecticut Public.
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