July 12, 2014

The European War No One Wants to Talk About

Lilia Shevtsova, The American Interest

The Associated Press

Ukraine, Russia, and the West all have their own reasons for not calling the ongoing conflict a war, just as they all have different views of what would constitute an acceptable peace.

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