February 7, 2014

Ukraine's Culture War

Nicolai Petro, The National Interest

The Associated Press

Anyone watching Ukraine over the past few months must surely have been struck by the odd behavior of its political leaders. Both sides, and this goes for the government as well as the opposition, seem quite willing to undermine the authority of the state, at times with almost reckless abandon.

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