Video Period 25 minutes 00 seconds
Leaders of the world’s largest economies say they are going to impose extra sanctions on Moscow.
4 months of battle in Ukraine have uncovered deep divisions within the international order.
However the preventing can be highlighting – and testing – a few of the oldest and strongest alliances.
The G7, a bunch of the world’s seven largest economies, is assembly this week in Germany.
Sanctions on Russia by some G7 members – and counter sanctions from Russia – have disrupted all the things they’ve touched: From oil costs, to produce chains, to the value of bread on the opposite aspect of the world.
However are sanctions sufficient?
And – can this group stay united in opposition to Vladimir Putin?
Presenter: Adrian Finighan
Ulrich Brueckner, professor of political science at Stanford College in Berlin
Doug Bandow, senior fellow on the Cato Institute
Glenn Diesen, professor of worldwide relations on the College of South-Japanese Norway