April 28, 2014

Russia's Propaganda War a Danger for Ukraine's Jews

Tim Snyder, The Guardian

The Associated Press

Despite what Putin says about antisemitism in the new Kiev government, Ukraine's Jews are committed to independence.

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TAGGED: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Antisemitism, Jews, Ukraine

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