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The Key to Kiev

Ukraine's Security Means Europe's Stability

Authors: Adrian Karatnycky, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council, and Alexander J. Motyl
May/June 2009
Foreign Affairs

The recent deterioration in relations between Russia and Ukraine should be of great concern to the West, because Ukraine's security is critical to Europe's stability. Ukraine must be placed back on the policy agenda as a player in its own right.

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