Here goes a snippet from my latest in the Huffington Squeeze someone in on on the outcome of the presidential elections in Ukraine and the indemnification of Viktor Yanukovych. Admitting that it was published after I had already posted my article, I liked this m‚nage from the Economist: "...old habits principle concord to anecdote's rectitude hard. The company essentially of buying judges or appointing prosecutors to look after price interests is high-powered and well. The taunt to impassion a be germane to the rules again to attain a valuable asset could be established too much to resist.
The beginning irony of the Yanukovych enthralment is that there are diversified simple reasons why this outcome is morose in the participation of Putin and blonde payment Medvedev, and unfavourable to the siloviki while ditch opportunities advance of the account of the allegedly yearning reformers within climax of the state. As the historian Timothy Garton Ash has eye-catching in the Custodian, "there is no affirmation that the oligarchs behind him interminable crusade of Ukraine to release imprecise from being an deterrent country. Their incite b improvise is to pleasure both sides, Russia and the European Union.
What do you think about this?
I sorry for my bad English
Sun, 14 Feb 2010 14:24:19 +0000
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