August 6, 2014

Moscow Needs a Plan B in Ukraine

Georgy Bovt, Moscow Times

The Associated Press

The Plan A's of both sides are clearly not mapped out several steps ahead, and an analysis of the losses associated with those plans is done only after measures are taken. It appears that no one has a Plan B. This means that the situation will continue to move along the least predictable, and therefore most dangerous, path.

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