January 28, 2014

To Understand Ukraine, Look to Russia

Leonid Ragozin, New Republic

The Associated Press

This morning, the much-loathed Ukrainian prime minister, Mykolay Azarov, resigned. A few hours later, the parliament voted to cancel the anti-democratic laws that had brought the country on the brink of civil war.

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