May 27, 2014

Post-Cold War Era Is Over in Eurasia

Michael Totten, World Affairs Journal

The Associated Press

For more than two decades Ukraine did its best to have good relations with both the West and Russia, sometimes veering a little more in one direction than the other.

That will no longer be possible.

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