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“Possessing the Ukraine without massive force is a fool’s errand,” exclaims the pundit. “There are too many borders, it just passes back between East and West.”
By Clay Bennett —
Martin Sutovec, Cagle Cartoons, Slovakia —
Vladimir Yaitskiy (CC BY-SA 2.0)
The Russian-speaking population of the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine is upset by the popular movement in the West of the country that has overthrown President Viktor Yanukovych and is said to be forming militias.
(AP Photo/Sergei Chuzavkov)
The dramatic overthrow of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych on Saturday, as he fled the presidential palace and it was occupied by extreme nationalists, recalls events in the Middle East in 2011.
Joep Bertrams, Cagle Cartoons, The Netherlands —
By Nick Anderson —
Pavel Constantin, Cagle Cartoons, Romania —
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