Eastern Europe frets over Russia-West dispute

As military activity stepped up in Russia and eastern Europe, Al Jazeera examines what's at stake in the new Cold War.

    Romanians and other eastern Europeans who remember Russia's past aggressions are worried about the West's ability and willingness to stop Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    Al Jazeera's Ali Velshi reports from across Europe and the high Arctic as part of Al Jazeera's New Cold War series, looking at the stakes of the conflict.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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