The US has been leading the flurry of diplomacy to stop war in Ukraine. Why? For Ukraine expert Alina Polyakova, because the Europeans are not united.
NATO's response is thus (so far) fractured, she tells Ian Bremmer on GZERO World.
Still, Polyakova thinks testing NATO's unity could backfire for Vladimir Putin. If he invades, that could bring NATO closer together — like in 2014.
“We've seen this movie before."
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