Watch: As Putin Threatens Nuclear Weapons Use, What’s Next in the Ukraine War? | WSJ (
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s threat to use nuclear weapons and mobilize 300,000 reservists for the war in Ukraine drew widespread condemnation from world leaders. Here’s what the West might do next and the challenges for Russia.

Photo Composite: Emily Siu

More from the Wall Street Journal:
Visit the WSJ Video Center:

On Facebook:
On Twitter:
On Snapchat:

#Putin #Russia #WSJ
    • 1
    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst Russia and the Western world are slowly manoeuvring themselves in a difficult path full of dangers and seemly unavoidable decisions, somehow imitating the slow fire which led to the big firestorm that was WW1. Talks about nuclear weapons use is not a joke. Russia's doctrine on nuclear weapons is very clear on that may be used to avoid the loss of a conflict, not just as defence from other nuclear threat. We suppose there is a lot of talking behind the scenes to downgrade this talk to less dangerous sceneries, but history is full of bad decisions in conflicts which changed the world. With sham referendums and mobilisation Western Europe can't do other thing but to continue supporting Ukraine even if it shoots itself by not getting enough gas for this winter. US will continue as usual announcing the sending of money which in reality is weapons and more equipment for the war, plus intelligence and training. And Russia well, nobody knows what is going to happen, only that the society there is tired of conflict as anyone else, while being bombarded by eternal propaganda. Narratives conflict. We will not have winners here, only bigger and lesser losers.