May 1, 2014

Russia Didn't Push Ukraine to Brink of War

Seumas Milne, The Guardian

The Associated Press

The attempt to lever Kiev into the western camp by ousting an elected leader made conflict certain. It could be a threat to us all.

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TAGGED: Kiev, European Union, Europe, Ukraine, NATO, Russia

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