March 29, 2014

Ukraine's Next Big Headache

Dan Peleschuk, Global Post

The Associated Press

Rather than fending off military advances from Russia, observers say the new authorities will probably be faced with slow-simmering local discontent that will making taming the pro-Russian east difficult.

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