Russia has assumed control of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula, sending armed troops to the region to surround military posts. Meanwhile, the US has threatened to isolate Russia, and announced plans to aid Ukraine. This hour we'll talk about what these new developments mean for Russia and Ukraine and why the West is worried.
Will Englund, foreign correspondent for the Washington Post
Sean Kay, Professor in the Department of Politics and Government at Ohio Wesleyan University
George Hudson, retired Professor of Political Science and Director of the Russian and Central Eurasian Studies Program at Wittenberg University