Ukraine's Crimea Falls to Putin, Without a Shot Fired

But the West can make it clear to the Russian president what he could lose if he invades mainland Ukraine.

Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Saturday for the “stabilization” of Ukraine, but it no longer matters what the events of the past three days in the Crimean peninsula are called; it’s an invasion in every sense. The soldiers, without identifying insignia, who took control of government buildings, airports, television stations and central junctions in Crimea, have...