May 29, 2014

Obama Overstates Stability in Ukraine

Max Boot, Commentary Magazine

The Associated Press

Ukraine still needs lots of aid if it is to remain whole and free, and the U.S. has not been providing it. Neither have our allies. The Obama administration, for example, is still refusing to provide any military supplies beyond MREs (Meals Ready to Eat). As is so often the case, President Obama seems to prefer giving a fancy speech to implementing a substantive policy.

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TAGGED: U.S. Foreign Policy, Ukraine, Barack Obama

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