March 18, 2014

Is Crimea the Next Yugoslavia?

Jochen Bittner, New York Times

The Associated Press

Here is a disturbing thought: What if Vladimir V. Putin no longer has power to prevent bloodshed in Ukraine, even if he wants to?

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TAGGED: Yugoslavia, Russia, Ukraine, Crimea

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