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One strategist said the conflict will continue, with Russia taking over eastern Ukraine.
What's the Russian government thinking? CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports on how the media is interpreting their message.
Peter Brookes, The Brookes, The Heritage Foundation, and Gen. Barry McCaffrey, NBC Military analyst, discuss unrest between Russia and Ukraine and the U.S.'s security interest.
Traders jumped into a defensive posture before the weekend, selling stocks and adding to bond positions after Ukrainian artillery destroyed part of a Russian armored column.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, shares his thoughts on reports that Ukraine forces took out Russian military personnel in Ukraine. McFaul says Putin has not been doing well in terms of strategy in Ukraine.
Ukraine forces have engaged Russian troops and destroyed part of a military unit entering from Russia. CNBC's reports Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the details.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains how Vladimir Putin impacted trading activity today.
Stocks rose Thursday on comments by Vladimir Putin. Jeffrey Mankoff, CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program, and Jon Najarian, Optionmonster.com, provide perspective to the activity.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports on S&P 500 stocks with European exposure; and Dominic Chu reports which emerging markets rely on developed markets.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides insight to how the global market reacted to a weak German GDP number, and other bad data.
In annexed Crimea, Putin says Russia would do its utmost to stop the bloodshed in Ukraine, where forces are fighting a pro-Russian rebellion in the east.
Activists hacked the Twitter account of the Russian Prime Minister on Thursday to announce he was resigning from government.
Nina Khrushcheva, The New School associate professor, discusses Russia's offer of humanitarian aid for Ukraine and whether it's an incursion plan by President Putin. I don't think Putin wants to invade, says Khrushcheva.
Ukraine has called Russia's dispatch of an aid convoy a "cynical act designed to fan a pro-Russian rebellion. David Adesnik, American Enterprise Institute, talks about Putin's likely next move.
Russia media is reporting that a massive aid convoy consisting of 280 trucks carrying food and power generators is heading to Russian backed rebels in Ukraine. CNBC's Simon Hobbs has the details of Putin's latest move.
Russia's President Putin will address members of the Crimean government and parliament while in the breakaway region on Thursday.
U.S. stocks pared gains in light volume trading on Monday as investors looked for signs of easing in geopolitical tensions.
Hermitage Capital Management CEO Bill Browder, says Putin's main motivation with Ukraine is not about geopolitics or NATO, but rather his personal survival as Russia's president.
But a Ukrainian spokesman says Russia has massed 45,000 troops on the Ukraine border, backed by an array of heavy equipment.
European markets closed higher on Monday, following suit with Asia after a turnaround on Wall Street on Friday.