She explains that Putin's deeds is what the world hasn't seen since WWII: abuse of power with the purpose to occupy a sovereign state.
Albright also draws parallels between the conflict in Ukraine and the war in Yugoslavia. She complains that when Bill Clinton became president, the war in Bosnia was a serious problem. People thought that if Bosnia was in Europe, the problem should be dealt with by Europeans. As a result it took quite a long time until the international community reacted with actions. Ukraine is the same. People also believe that Ukraine is in Europe and it is Europeans who should care.
In general, with the exception of Iraq, Albright appreciates the presidency of Barack Obama.
She finds he has done a very good job in an extremely difficult situation. Albright says the war in Afghanistan, unfortunately, was necessary because the natives of the country were the people who had committed attacks on Sep. 11. On the contrary, there had been an unnecessary war in Iraq. It was one of the most disastrous political decisions of the U.S. foreign policy both because of the large number of dead and lots of harm to the image and budget of America.