Finland's non-aligned policy proved an effective strategy to preserve its security and integrity during the Cold War. But with tensions high over Ukraine, its leadership is pushing for NATO membership, despite opposition by the people. How would European security be affected by the loss of Finland as a buffer state? And how is economic interdependency preventing a broader escalation of the Ukraine crisis? Oksana is joined by the former Prime Minister of Finland, Esko Tapani Aho, to find the middle ground on these issues.