March 3rd, 2014
08:24 PM ET

Next steps for U.S. in Ukraine uncertain, limited

With thousands of Russian troops already on the ground in Ukraine, President Obama says Putin's country is "on the wrong side of history."

And today, he warned there will be consequences for breaking international law, saying that the U.S. is "examining a whole series of steps" to respond economically and diplomatically to Russia's actions.

But what exactly are those steps? Here to discuss are General Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, and Michael McFaul, the former U.S. Ambassador to Russia.

Filed under: International • Military • National Security • Russia • Ukraine
March 3rd, 2014
08:22 PM ET

Former Pres. of Georgia: "The longer it lasts, the bigger it will get"

OutFront tonight – threat of a military storm.

According to Ukraine, Russia has issued an ultimatum – either surrender the Crimean peninsula or face attack. Russian state run media saying reports of an ultimatum are "utter rubbish."

The conflicting reports are just part of a day of fast-moving developments on the Crimean peninsula, located in the southern region of Ukraine. FULL POST

Filed under: International • Russia • Ukraine
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