CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 15, 2022
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(Poland: Matthew Chance) The response in Poland to the missile hitting Poland across the border from Ukraine with teams on the ground investigating reviewed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Bali: Phil Mattingly) The G20 gathering in Indonesia to deal with the emergency in Poland with national security adviser Jake Sullivan advising President Biden, the US commitment to NATO discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Ukraine: Sam Kiley) The impact in Ukraine of the latest round of Russian missile strikes on several cities targeting the infrastructure with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warning the Baltic states could face attack like Poland with Russian denials discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Clarissa Ward & retired Gen. Wesley Clark about Poland. [CLARK - offers views on what the investigation in Poland will be to put all this together to determine from where the missile came, what NATO Articles 4 & 5 mean leading to a response, on whether Russia would acknowledge this as a mistake, but it activated NATO when the Russian aim was to split NATO.] [WARD - offers views on this moment of solidarity from NATO states who want to handle this in a calm way after the US helps in the investigation of the conflict spilling over, the options that could be taken to protect Poland & the Baltic states while not escalating events with a World War III.]
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