A relocation plan is shelved—did international pressure do it?
There have been enough color revolutions—more won't yield progress, but Cairene chaos. So what can the West do?
No.But free-trade negotiators seem to think so.
A political crisis as complex as the country it splits.
Kyiv joining the EU could have deepened the Union's crisis, and Russia's moves aren't from strength.
How America should react.
Reform proposals may be too little, too late.
The sky is not falling.
Humiliating a nation can be dangerous—yet that is what some now want to do to Iran.
Eager to see a simple struggle between good and evil, the Western media ignores the presence of crypto-Nazis in the Kyiv protests.
And worse news for Britain, which would wind up on the wayside in Washington's transatlantic relations.
Yanukovych is trying to get Russia and the EU to compete for his affections.
Well-timed pressure, combined with Yanukovych's own domestic worries, kept Ukraine away from the European Union.
A setback for the West—though maybe not a disaster.
Election reform, not a new constitution, is the best way out of America's present political crisis.
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