March 23, 2014

Crimea, MH370 Show Limits of U.S. Power

Dana Milbank, Washington Post

The Associated Press

For those who believe in U.S. power, reality is more difficult to accept than either of those explanations. We didn’t cause the Russian annexation of Crimea, and we can’t stop it. The world just isn’t that into us.

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TAGGED: Crimea, Ukraine, U.S. Foreign Policy, United States

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