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February 12, 2022

Vladimir Putin has already annexed Crimea and plunged Donbas into war. Now, he has amassed 100,000 troops at the Ukrainian border. Why can’t Russia leave Ukraine alone?

00:00 - The world’s eyes are on Ukraine
00:55 - Russia and Ukraine’s shared history
02:08 - Caught between Russia and the West
04:04 - Ukraine’s post-independence struggles
06:30 - Putin’s domestic issues
07:47 - Will Putin invade Ukraine?

Find The Economist’s coverage on repression in Russia: econ.st/3D1ASAh

Read the interactive piece on repression in Russia: econ.st/3C5EPCA

Sign up to The Economist’s daily newsletter to keep up to date with the latest stories: econ.st/3c3wPaU

Listen to the podcast about the young women standing up to Vladimir Putin: econ.st/3c4eeLD

Listen to the podcast on Russia’s elections: econ.st/3ocAA3m

Read more about why Alexei Navalny keeps fighting: econ.st/3F7fkD2

Read about why Russia has never accepted an independent Ukraine: econ.st/34gVwQp

Watch on video on how Russia is silencing putin’s opponents: econ.st/3GjfNC6

A war in Ukraine could have global consequences: econ.st/3LiWpcf

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