Why the U.S. decision to give Ukraine cluster bombs has sparked concerns

President Biden’s decision to send cluster munitions to Ukraine in its fight against Russia has sparked concerns from NATO allies and an outcry from human rights activists who say it’s a mistake. More than 120 countries have signed a convention banning cluster bombs and U.S. leaders debated the issue for months. Amna Nawaz discussed the development with William Taylor and Marc Garlasco.

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