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In this episode of The Source, we speak with journalist and international law and human rights lawyer Dimitri Lascaris about the Nord Stream pipeline bombing one year after it happened. We also talk about the significance of the recent territorial gains made by the Ukrainian counteroffensive in capturing the village of Andriivka in eastern Bakhmut. We take a look at the deteriorating relations between Poland and Ukraine related to agricultural exports, as well as the upcoming elections in Slovakia and how this will affect support for the war in Ukraine. Finally, we talk about whether peace is still possible between Russia and Ukraine 19 months after the outbreak of war.
Dimitri Lascaris is a journalist and lawyer. As a lawyer, he specializes in class action litigation, international law and human rights. He was a member of the shadow cabinets of the Green Parties of Canada and Quebec. In 2020, he ran for the leadership of the Green Party of Canada and came in second.