February 3, 2014

Europe Must Intervene in Ukraine

Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

The Associated Press

This is no velvet revolution, but nor is it an uprising of fascist Cossacks or a zero-sum game with Russia. Europe must intervene on the side of democracy and human rights.

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TAGGED: Russia, European Union, Europe, Ukraine

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