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Simon Parke

by Simon Parke

Posted: 14 Mar 2014 @ 12:24

THINGS are moving so fast in the Ukraine, and so furiously, that only a fool would write about events there a week in advance of publication; so here goes, with the help of Simone Weil.

On the face of it, things are not propitious. In the Western corner, President Obama declares that Russia is "on the wrong side of history", and that its actions in entering Crimea violate international law. He says that the United States is considering economic and diplomatic options that will ...

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