Sophia Opatska

Ukrainian Catholic University

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CEO of the Lviv Business School at the Ukrainian Catholic University, in Western Ukraine

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American and European diplomats are trying to ease a potentially dangerous crisis, claiming Russia has illegally taken control of Crimea, which belongs to Ukraine.

What Will Vladimir Putin Do Next?

American and European diplomats are trying to ease a potentially dangerous crisis, claiming Russia has illegally taken control of Crimea, which belongs to Ukraine.

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Riot police used clubs, shields and tear gas to attack lines of hand-holding demonstrators early this morning in Kiev, Ukraine's capital city.

Ukraine: More Dangerously Divided than Ever

Riot police used clubs, shields and tear gas to attack lines of hand-holding demonstrators early this morning in Kiev, Ukraine's capital city.

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