Speaking on the BBC’s World News America, Carnegie’s Andrew Weiss discussed the ongoing situation in Ukraine. Commenting on the fluidity of the power struggle, Weiss said that neither the opposition leaders nor President Yanukovych know how how hard they can push back, as seen by the standoff in the steets of Kiev between protesters and police. Weiss also commented on the impact of international condemnation, the possibility for U.S. sanctions, and the next steps for Yanukovych and the opposition.

This interview was originally broadcast on the BBC’s World News America.