Global Response to Putin: That Flickering Red Line
By Halya Coynash
07.06.14 Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group
Edited by Voices of Ukraine
L to R: German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Ukrainian President-elect Petro Poroshenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin talk after a group photo during the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Benouville, Normandy. Photo: REUTERS.
G7 countries have given Russia another month for pretending to take measures at ‘de-escalation’ while continuing to wage undeclared war on Ukraine. In the meantime France is free to sell warships to Russia and train the Russian navy on how to use them.
For those in Ukraine and eastern Europe awaiting a real response from the USA and EU to Russian aggression, it’s all been like a surreal game. Keep your eye on the red line, watch it move. The news today, as reflected in a Polish newspaper’s headline is that ‘the Red Line is in Poland’. The latest of many…
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