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Chad Sweet, Chertoff Group co-founder & CEO, explains why it's time for the U.S. and Europe to ratchet up sanctions.
The probability that a missile downed Flight MH17 prompts questions on whether the plane should have flown over a war-torn area. NBC News reports.
David Zara, pilot and aviation expert at Tradewind Aviation, says that given the altitude at which the MH17 plane was flying, its assailants should have known it was a civil plane.
Putin is responsible for the Malaysian plane crash over Ukraine—even if he didn't order the attack, says former WH adviser David L. Phillips.
The shooting down of a jetliner over Ukraine will be a catalyst for Europe to step up their sanctions on Russia, Obama official Neal Wolin says.
Edward Hunt, senior defense consultant at IHS Jane's, says it would be "unusual" for a rebel group to have the type of missile it is assumed hit the Malaysia Airline plane in eastern Ukraine.
Martin Adler, flight safety specialist at the British Airline Pilots Association, says it is difficult to tamper with the black box on an airplane.
Eurocontrol spokesperson Brian Flynn, says Ukraine was responsible for deciding that the 33,000 feet altitude was a safe height to fly at.
Philip Baum, editor of Aviation Security International, says that nobody expected a commercial airline to be shot down.
Billie Vincent, President & CEO at the Aerospace Services International, explains why the black box may not have all the answers to the disaster of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.
Mohshin Aziz, Aviation Analyst at Maybank Investment Bank, says Malaysia Airlines may not have what it takes to survive two plane tragedies in a span of four months.
A Malaysian Airlines flight en route to Kuala Lumpur from Amsterdam crashed in battle-torn eastern Ukraine on Thursday.
Pavlo Sultansky, Ambassador of Ukraine to Singapore, says Russia provided separatists with sophisticated weapons that enabled the shooting down of aircrafts, including Malaysian jet MH17.
Denny Kelly, Principal at Kelly James & Associates, explains why he's not jumping the gun at claims that the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down by a surface-to-air missile.
Paul Mackel, Head of Asia Currency Research at HSBC, discusses his expectations for the Malaysian ringgit and risks from Fed tightening.
Jonathan Barratt, Chief Investment Officer at Ayers Alliance Securities, expects gold prices to continue the uptrend after the downing of a Malaysian jet and rising tensions in the Gaza strip.
Tom Haueter, Former Director of Aviation Safety at NTSB, says flights should have been diverted away from Ukraine due to previous shoot-downs.
Ukraine and the pro-Russia separatists fighting in the region denied any responsibility for downing the aircraft.
Pro-Russian rebels have agreed to a temporary ceasefire after the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17. CNBC's Sri Jegarajah reports from Kuala Lumpur with the latest.
Glen Winn, Instructor, USC Aviation Safety and Security Program, explains why the Malaysian jet had the right to fly over eastern Ukraine, despite fighting between Ukrainian and pro-Russian rebels.