ON Wednesday Mark Steyn walked into Ukraine and by the evening was broadcasting live from Western Ukraine or Trans Carpathia, a region that spent millennia under Hungarian rule, in a town to which people from all parts of the country have been fleeing.
The situation is getting worse, he says, from day to day. In between giving us some history, lambasting US Deep State meddling and Putin’s aggression for the horror that has descended on the country, is his in-depth interview from Budapest with former Thatcher speech writer and policy adviser, now head of the Danube Institute, John O’Sullivan, followed by further interviews on Russian strategy with Tomasz Grywaczewski in the Donbass and Sergey Panashchuk in Odessa.
Mark Steyn pulls no punches. He always admits what he does not know and always asks the right questions. He’s by far the best broadcaster we have. You can watch here: