di Michele Marsonet. Ci voleva un grande come Henry Kissinger per leggere finalmente qualcosa di ragionevole sulla questione dell’Ucraina. Lasciando da parte gli inutili toni trionfalistici l’ex Segretario di Stato USA dimostra ancora una volta di essere un maestro della realpolitik, parola il cui significato sembra essere ignoto sia all’attuale amministrazione americana sia a un’Unione Europea sempre più ridicola nelle sue infondate smanie di protagonismo.
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I knew it…it was only a matter of time…only a few days…before the most senior figures from the Zombie Museum of Foreign Policy would pen Op-Eds, weighing in on the current developments in the Ukraine. 724 more words
The Crimean parliament has voted to ask to be able to join Russia. Given the fact that “[p]ro-Russian and Russian forces have been in de facto control of the peninsula for several days,” this move ought to come as no surprise, and of course, should not be viewed as anything other than a choice that was made under duress. 124 more words
Vladimir Putin has announced that “he sees no immediate need to invade eastern Ukraine.” I presume that this statement is meant to cause us to fall to our knees and thank whatever deities we might believe in for his forbearance, but readers will forgive me if I don’t see the phrasing in this announcement as heralding unqualified good news. 592 more words