While we’ve been hearing about the escalating tension in the Ukraine, it turns out the fallout could have effects far beyond Europe -- even to the coast of California.
The US military says they’ve seen “a significant” rise in Russian activity in the Asia Pacific region. That includes flights over California and Guam. And they’re attributing it to conflict over Ukraine.
But could it all be part of the increased saber-rattling between the two world powers?
To help put it in context, we’re joined by Olga Oliker, a policy expert in Russia and the Caucuses at RAND Corporation.