June 29, 2014

Today's EU Doesn't Have Room for Ukraine

Mark Adomanis, Moscow Times

The Associated Press

Back when he was still a head of state and not an occasional organizer of awkward press conferences in Rostov, former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych was renowned for many things. He stood out for the poor quality of his spoken language, his background in petty criminality, his less than fulsome embrace of the rule of law, and his family's completely unbridled financial corruption.

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