OSCE is denied access to the Crimean Peninsula. They need to let them in, they have no legal right to prevent them. Crimea is still a part of Ukraine legally, although I think they should be ceded to Russia pending a referendum.
Sometimes you gotta go back to the old stuff and remember when you first discovered the genre.
Music I don’t like can become music I love with the slight to moderate hand of the remixer.
1. Russia recognizes the new government in Kiev.
2. The new Kiew government allows Crimea to join Russia pending results of the referendum.
3. Everyone else stops their bitching.
Why is it harder than that? Seriously what the fuck? I feel like things are so much simpler than everyone else makes them.
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I’ve got an issue. The so called “liberal” or “democratic” base in this country is always so anti-putin, and progressive and wants socially liberal governments and human rights, but it seems whenever the chance arises to defend them against the forces of authoritarianism, they flip out and are like “No more war” or “We aren’t the world’s police” or they say we are hypocritical. there is some talk about how Ukraine is Russia’s Iraq, but I couldn’t disagree more.
The false pretences are about where the similarities end. Iraq was a universally isolated nation, with sanctions and a dictator in power, whereas Ukraine is a respected medium power broker in Eastern Europe, with prospects to join the EU in the long run and to be a fully functional democratic state.