June 7, 2014

The Country That Won the Ukraine Crisis Is...

Mark Katz, Global Public Square

The Associated Press

It’s still not certain how the ongoing crisis in Ukraine is going to be resolved, but there already appears to be one clear winner: China. That, anyway, is the view of several Russian observers I met with last week when I was in Moscow.

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