February 9, 2014

Europe Goes Expansionist

James Carden, American Conservative

The Associated Press

EU leaders are modeling the worst of Washington's diplomacy on Ukraine.

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TAGGED: Ukraine, Europe


February 1, 2014
How the West Dropped the Ball on Ukraine
Doug Saunders, Globe & Mail
Ukraine should be one of the most hopeful countries in Europe. It has the location, the transportation links, the farmland and factories and the eager population to become a post-Communist success story on the scale of its... more ››
February 8, 2014
The F-Bomb Heard Round the World
Walter Mead, The American Interest
Victoria Nuland, the Assistant Secretary of State whose intemperate remark about the European Union were secretly recorded and released on YouTube (allegedly by the Russians), probably wouldn’t have received high marks from... more ››
January 31, 2014
Ukraine Crisis and Sochi Games Are Now Linked
Steve LeVine, Quartz
Less than a week before the Sochi Winter Olympics, Russian president Vladimir Putin must decide how tough to get in order to keep Ukraine from quitting Moscow and allying formally with Europe. more ››
February 3, 2014
Europe Must Intervene in Ukraine
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian
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. more ››
January 27, 2014
Europe's Exaggerated Fear of Soviet Union 2.0
Igor Shuvalov, FT
Many Europeans believe the nascent economic union between Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia is hostile to the EU’s objectives. It is time to set the record straight. more ››