June 19, 2014

Russia Is Still Meddling in Ukraine

Michael Weiss, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

Contrary to press claims that the Russian president has wound down his direct and indirect interference in east Ukraine, the opposite is the case—it’s getting much worse.

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TAGGED: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Ukraine

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