As Western support for Ukraine intensifies, can we really claim to uphold universal rights for all?
The arrest of one of Russia's richest men last week was an attempt by President Vladimir Putin to protect himself from a palace coup, according to one of his most vocal critics.
The negative effect of sanctions imposed on Russia over the conflict in Ukraine has spread beyond the companies targeted, said the head of Barclays' Russian business.
Britain's strengthening economy and reports of a truce in Ukraine helped London's stock market jump to a 14-year high and put it within striking distance of an all-time record peak.
David Cameron has told European leaders that the west risks making similar mistakes in appeasing Vladimir Putin over Ukraine as Britain and France did with Adolf Hitler in the run-up to the second world war.
'Markets may treat this as a Lehman-style shock'.
The conflict in Ukraine and its potential impact on the world economy has led Rabobank, the largest Dutch mortgage lender, to warn of possible knock-on effects to its business.
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'I imagined myself with a gun, marching'.