U.S. and Europe Agree to More Sanctions on Russia

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International police attempting to investigate the Malaysian Airlines crash site on Monday were forced for a second day to retreat in the face of fierce fighting between pro-Russian rebels and Ukraine's military. The United States and Europe on Monday agreed to further sanctions against Russia amid concerns that Russia continues to ship weapons into Ukraine. Experts join us to discuss these developments and more.


Kathryn Stoner, senior fellow at the Freeman Spogli Insittute for International Studies at Stanford University

Angela Stent, professor of government and director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies at Georgetown University and former adviser on Russia under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush