March 16, 2014

A 'Belgian Solution' for Ukraine?

Graham Allison, The National Interest

The Associated Press

After Crimeans vote on Sunday to secede, but before Putin annexes Crimea, President Obama, Chancellor Merkel, and other European leaders should take a page from history and propose a "Belgian solution."

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