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If Russia did invade: How far would the West go to support Ukraine?

By France24
19 January 2022   |   12:35 pm
How strong is the West's resolve when it comes to Ukraine? A steady diet of diplomacy is so far failing to lift the uncertainty over Vladimir Putin's true intentions when it comes to those 100,000 troops amassed at the border.

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