Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright cautions that the US should be more wary of Putin's aggression in Ukraine.
In a true "power panel," Candy talks to the German Ambassador to the U.S. Peter Ammon, French Ambassador to the U.S. François Delattre and British Ambassador to the U.S. Peter Westmacott about the the West's response to the Crimean vote to join Russia.
Sen. John McCain tells Candy Crowley the U.S. needs to reevaluate its relationship with Vladimir Putin and Russia.
Does the crisis in Ukraine and the the standoff with Russia give the GOP a chance to hit the President on foreign policy?
Former US ambassador to Russia John Beyrle and former CNN foreign affairs correspondent Jill Dougherty, who is a Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, discuss foreign policy implications of the Ukraine crisis.
Former National Security Adviser Tom Donilon on Russia 'violation of international law' in Ukraine's Crimea region.
Ukranian Ambssador to the U.N. Yuriy Sergeyev talks to Candy Crowley about the crisis in Ukraine.
By Paige Hymson and Michelle Koepp
The escalating tensions in Ukraine are developing every moment. The crisis began in November of last year when President Viktor Yanukovych rejected a trade deal with the European Union. This dismissal symbolized a closer tie between Ukraine and Russia. The arrangement was popular among many Western Ukrainian citizens who were expecting a stronger economic connection with the European Union. Ukraine is a country that is bordered by Russia and Central Europe, and has been characterized as a country divided. Most citizens in Eastern Ukraine, specifically in the southern region of Crimea, which functions with regional autonomy, speak Russian and embrace pro-Russian policies. Ukrainian speakers live in the West and lean toward the EU.