August 29, 2014

Arm Ukraine

Marc Champion, Bloomberg

The Associated Press

Should the North Atlantic Treaty Organization start arming Ukraine? That's an inevitable question following the entry of regular Russian troops, tanks and artillery into the fight there.

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TAGGED: NATO, Russia, Ukraine


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