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Putin speaks out amid vicious attacks on Ukraine

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For the first time in about a month, Russian President Vladimir Putin made extended comments about the war he started. Senior fellow for the Center for European Policy Analysis Olga Lautman reacts to his speech and lays out where things might go from here.