Monthly Archives: March 2014

With Russia, as With China, Unnerved U.S. Allies Seek Reassurances

VILNIUS, Lithuania — Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. found himself in a fraught but familiar place this week: holding the hands of American allies fearful of being bullied by a larger, aggressive neighbor. This time, it was Poland and … Continue reading

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Putin Reclaims Crimea

MOSCOW — President Vladimir V. Putin reclaimed Crimea as a part of Russia on Tuesday, reversing what he described as a historic injustice inflicted by the Soviet Union 60 years ago and brushing aside international condemnation that could leave Russia … Continue reading

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How the Ukraine crisis ends

How the Ukraine crisis ends By Henry A. Kissinger, Published: March 5 Henry A. Kissinger was secretary of state from 1973 to 1977. Public discussion on Ukraine is all about confrontation. But do we know where we are going? In … Continue reading

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