April 15, 2014

Not Even War Can Unite the EU

Charlotte McDonald-Gibson, Time

The Associated Press

When it comes to assigning blame for the volatile situation in eastern Ukraine, European politicians are united: it is all Russia’s fault. That’s about where the unity ends, as became clear after a meeting of foreign ministers from European Union member states on Monday.

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