Ukraine is negotiating a cease fire after covert Russian troops pushed back Ukraine’s advances on rebels. The war apparently ends with Russia having taken Crimea and having turned eastern Ukraine into an ungovernable region.
Was this Russia’s goal? Does Russia spell trouble for other Eastern European countries?
Find out as journalist Mitchell Blatt and International Relations scholar Sumantra Maitra, who specializes in Russian Foreign Policy, discuss.
Also, read their recent op-ed on the matter at:
Ukraine: The End of History is Still a Long Way Away