Vladimir Putin has already annexed Crimea and plunged Donbas into warfare. Now, he has amassed 100,000 troops on the Ukrainian border. Why can’t Russia go away Ukraine alone?
00:00 – The world’s eyes are on Ukraine
00:55 – Russia and Ukraine’s shared historical past
02:08 – Caught between Russia and the West
04:04 – Ukraine’s post-independence struggles
06:30 – Putin’s home points
07:47 – Will Putin invade Ukraine?
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