February 24, 2014

The New Face of Europe

Charles Crawford, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

The ghoulishly violent confrontations on the streets of Kiev force to the top of the international agenda three existential questions that most of us prefer not to think about. What is Europe? Where is Europe? And who decides?

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TAGGED: Ukraine, Russia, Vladimir Putin, European Union, Europe

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