Vladimir Putin has ordered Russian troops to invade Ukraine. What’s happening now and how will the war unfold? The Economist’s correspondent, Richard Ensor, reports from the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv.
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Chapter titles: 00:00 - 02:05 Russia has invaded Ukraine 02:05 - 03:15 How are Ukrainians responding? 03:15 - 03:48 Ukraine is prepared for war 03:48 - 04:45 How will the West respond? 04:45 - 05:47 A refugee crisis is incoming 05:47 - 06:54 How will this end?