TestTube's Steve Goldbloom breaks down the current conflict in Ukraine -- what it's all about, and how the battling factions ended up squaring off.
While some conflicts tend to lead the headlines on a daily basis, other countries are at also at war, in more places than might be imagined.
The Berlin Wall is gone, and so is the Soviet Union. But Russia is still a pretty big country, a country with nukes and, it seems, a bit of an attitude in recent years.
Secession seems to be in the air, in places as disparate as Iraq, Ukraine, and Scotland. Why can't people just secede whenever they want?
'Sex sells' is a well-known axiom when it comes to product advertising, but does it also apply when marketing a movement?
Economic and cyber-war are more likely in current Crimean crisis than guns and tanks, experts say.
What is it about this peninsula that makes it so desirable as a geopolitical trophy?
History shows Moscow values both propaganda and military force.
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