After a few weeks of relative calm in Ukraine, yesterday brought renewed unrest in Eastern Ukraine. There were coordinated demonstrations by thousands of pro-Russian protesters in Donetsk, Kharkiv and Luhansk. For good reason, these protests have reignited fears in Kiev and throughout the West that we could be seeing Russian military […]
"…we all know that the Ukrainian government isn’t equipped to block the Russians if Putin should decide to advance. They need support – support that the West talks about offering but has yet to act upon."
But what is lacking even more is real leadership from the West. All that has come from the West, so far, is nothing more than whimpering rhetoric and phony red lines…
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