April 15, 2014

West's Good Intentions Ending Badly in Ukraine

Richard Gwyn, Toronto Star

The Associated Press

Russian President Vladimir Putin hasn't blinked at U.S. and EU sanctions and Ukraine threatens to sink into the same morass as Syria.

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TAGGED: Syria, Vladimir Putin, Crimea, Europe, European Union, United States, Ukraine

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