Poland is investigating a missile attack on a border town that killed two people.
Missile attacks on NATO member Poland have raised fears that the conflict in Ukraine could spread to neighboring countries.
The attack killed two people in a Polish village near the Ukrainian border.
Ukraine blames Russia, but Moscow says it has nothing to do with it.
Poland says the missile may have been shot down by Ukrainian anti-aircraft missiles.
However, the NATO secretary general says that Russia is behind the war.
So could the risk of spillover exist?
Presenter: Laura Kyle
Alexander Titov – Lecturer in European history, Queen’s University Belfast
Samir Puri – Visiting lecturer in military studies, King’s College London and author of Russia’s Road to War with Ukraine
Robert Hunter – Former US Ambassador to NATO under President Bill Clinton