November 28, 2004

Ukraine Watch

I have been remiss in not discussing the significant events underway in Ukraine. Check out this FT piece on the latest developments today. The ramifications of such a move towards "autonomy" in the eastern part of the country will be broached over here at B.D. in the coming days. I'm on the road today and without access to a computer until at least tomorrow night. In the meantime, be sure to visit Dan who is on top of this story. Chrenkoff is following the Ukrainian (and Romanian) going-ons as well.

Posted by Gregory at November 28, 2004 03:25 PM
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What struck me as odd is the lack of coverage by international papers before the fiasco we are watching unfold. I feel that if the government in Ukraine saw that the world was watching that they would have thought twice of their rigging. But this situation will make going to Ukraine this coming summer more interesting

Posted by: Raffi at November 28, 2004 11:48 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

The Argus is also a good place to read for this topic, and anything Central Asia-related.

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