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Focus on Ukraine: Joe Biden says “I don’t accept anyone’s red lines.” Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says: “The nightmare scenario of military confrontation is returning.” On this edition of the program we examine the significance of both statements.

CrossTalking with Glenn Diesen and George Szamuely.

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