A Russian invasion of Ukraine could be imminent. What is at stake and how will the West respond? Shashank Joshi, The Economist's defence editor, answers your questions.
00:00 - What’s happening in Ukraine? 01:10 - Is Putin bluffing? 02:08 - Is Ukraine prepared for conflict? 03:00 - What’s at stake for both Ukraine and Russia? 04:00 - How would an invasion impact the world? 05:09 - Does this situation threaten peace elsewhere? 06:25 - How should NATO respond? 07:22 - Why have attempts at diplomacy failed so far? 08:13 - Could diplomacy succeed?
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