April 11, 2014

Obama Splits with NATO on Ukraine

Eli Lake, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

The commander of NATO is insisting that the West do more to protect Ukraine from a possible Russian invasion. But the Obama administration has other plans.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, NATO, Gen. Philip Breedlove, Ukraine, Russia

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