January 25, 2014

Is Ukraine America's Problem?

James Carden, American Conservative

The Associated Press

Senate Foreign Relations Committee testimony made a feeble case—but hinted at a better foreign example for Yankovych's foes.

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January 23, 2014
Ukraine's Self-Organizing Revolution
Nadia Diuk, World Affairs Journal
January 22nd, the date usually celebrated in Ukraine as the Day of Unity between east and west, will now go down in history as the day the two-months-long Euromaidan movement saw its first fatalities as violence escalated in... more ››
January 23, 2014
The Risk Of Ultranationalism In Ukraine
Kalnish & Strokan, Kommersant
After two months of mostly peaceful protests, Ukraine has been gripped by the most serious and violent protests since its independence. (Authorities on Wednesday confirmed at least two deaths in overnight clashes in Kiev) While... more ››
January 24, 2014
Can Russia or the West Calm Ukraine?
Simon Shuster, Time
Mikhail Gorbachev, the former leader of the Soviet Union, piped up on Thursday with a wake-up call for the Western world: Ukraine is now everybody’s problem. The turmoil in its capital, where pitched battles have raged all... more ››
January 24, 2014
Ukraine's Freedom Again Crushed by Moscow
Con Coughlin, Telegraph
History is repeating itself in Kiev, and the West can take no pride in its role. more ››