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March 1, 2022

Russia’s war in Ukraine is likely to be Europe's most intense conflict since the second world war. What might happen next? And what will this war mean for the world? The experts answer your questions.

Read the coverage of the war in Ukraine: econ.st/3pcnVPl

Sign up to the daily newsletter to keep up to date with the latest developments: econ.st/3sezh7h

What’s happening in Kyiv? Watch the correspondent’s take: econ.st/3HyuWQV

Why has Russia never accepted Ukraine’s independence? Watch the film: econ.st/3Hjr8T9

Why the West is reluctant to deny Russian banks access to SWIFT: econ.st/3he0fFT

Read a first-hand account of Kyiv under siege: econ.st/3heLkuY

History will judge Vladimir Putin harshly for his war: econ.st/3hyNPIV

The West struggles to respond forcefully to Russia’s war in Ukraine: econ.st/33PWFyr

The military gap between Russia and Ukraine is vast: econ.st/3sjDdDO

Russians greet Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine with dismay, not enthusiasm: econ.st/3soblyt

Russia’s war in Ukraine is likely to be Europe's most intense conflict since the second world war. What might happen next? And what will this war mean for the world? The experts answer your questions.

Chapter titles

00:00 - War in Ukraine: what now?
00:32 - Will Russia go beyond Kyiv?
02:15 - Are Western sanctions enough?
03:11 - Will Russia use cyber tactics?
04:13 - Can Putin weaken NATO?
06:17 - Will China support Russia?
07:19 - Can Putin be stopped?

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