Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin discuss red lines

When the American and Russian presidents talk to each other on Tuesday, the aim is to prevent a new war in Ukraine. The question is how Biden is going to deter the Kremlin.

Vladimir Putin spoke to his American counterpart Joe Biden on Tuesday about the situation in Ukraine. (Photo: Putin on the occasion of his meeting with Biden in Geneva in June 2021.)

Pool / Reuters

The latest American intelligence information doesn’t bode well for Ukraine. As Satellite images show Russia has gathered around 70,000 soldiers in the north, west and south to the border of its neighboring country. The intelligence report evaluated by the Washington Post predicts a rapid increase in troops to up to 175,000 men. Kiev itself fears that Moscow is planning an invasion in January.

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