July 21, 2014

Crisis of the New World Order

Philip Bobbitt, London Evening Standard

The Associated Press

The terrible events in Ukraine, electrified by the interception and destruction of a Malaysian passenger plane, should be a thunderclap, shaking us from our torpor and confusion.

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TAGGED: Russia, Ukraine

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