August 30, 2014

Europe on the Brink of the Unthinkable

Kelly McParland, National Post

The Associated Press

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is proving far more reckless than previously imagined in his determination to have his way in Ukraine, exhibiting a level of cynicism and contempt for international law that few could have anticipated.

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Revitalized NATO Could Be Obama's Legacy
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The World Will Watch This NATO Summit
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