After protests toppled a pro-Russian president in Ukraine, Russian president Putin sent troops into the Crimean peninsula and annexed it. Now the Ukrainian government faces a pro-Russian rebellion that has seized several cities in the east and divided the country. Multiple ceasefires have failed. This hour we will discuss the situation on the ground as well as foreign policy options for the US.
- Rick Lyman, Central and Eastern European Bureau Chief The New York Times
- Sean Kay, Director of the Arneson Institute for Practical Politics and Public Affairs, Ohio Wesleyan University
- Ariel Cohen, Director, Center for Energy, Natural Resources and Geopolitics at the Inst. for the Analysis of Global Security