June 27, 2014

Ukraine & Europe: The End of the Beginning

Mark Adomanis, Forbes

The Associated Press

Aping a Winston Churchill quote, it is now possible to say that we have seen the “end of the beginning” of Ukraine’s march towards Europe. The fight that has completely consumed Ukrainian politics for much of the past year, the disagreement that got dozens of innocent people killed and a president overthrown, is now over. The EU association agreement has been signed.

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TAGGED: Ukraine, European Union, Russia, Petro Poroshenko


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