Encouraged by Russia’s new ties with NATO, Ukraine has finally officially dropped its neutral course in favor of NATO membership. by Oleg Varfolomeyev KIEV, Ukraine–On 23 May, days before Russia gained partial membership in NATO, Ukraine dropped its longtime neutrality and said it would seek to become a full member of NATO. “Sticking to a […]

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