April 17, 2014

Europe's Hawk-Dove Divide over Russia

Ambrose Evans, Telegraph

The Associated Press

Here is an excellent breakdown of the hawk-dove spectrum on Russia sanctions from Open Europe, as we wait to learn from Geneva whether Vladimir Putin wishes to do anything to stop events spinning out of control.

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