July 2, 2014

America's Ukraine Disaster

James Carden, The National Interest

The Associated Press

We are the keepers and guardians of our own national security and, yes, our own sphere of influence—but Ukraine never was, and never will be, a part of that.

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TAGGED: US Foreign Policy, Russia, Ukraine


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