Daily Review: Spain’s Elections, Accountability for the Kakhovka Dam

Daily Review: Spain’s Elections, Accountability for the Kakhovka Dam
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy speak during a joint press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, Feb. 23, 2023 (AP photo by Emilio Morenatti).

Today at WPR, we’ve got stories on how Spain’s upcoming elections could affect its stance on the war in Ukraine, and why it won't be easy to hold Russia accountable for the recent destruction of the Kakhovka dam in Ukraine.

First, though, here’s our take on today’s top stories:

U.S.-China tensions: China is reportedly negotiating with Cuba to establish a military training facility on the island, according to U.S. intelligence sources. Talks are ongoing, and the Biden administration has contacted Cuban officials to try and prevent the deal, the Wall Street Journal reports. The news follows recent revelations that China has allegedly been operating a spy base on the island since 2019.

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