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Intl OpEd Rev Views on Ukraine, Putin, Eu solutions

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Writing in Inside Poland, Anthony Casey tells the world to take a deep breath and ratchet down the rhetoric about Vladimir Putin.

Alternatively, speaking to, German MEP Werner Schultz calls Putin “a dictator” and “unscrupulous” and outlines direct action, through visa restrictions, to impact the course of events for Ukrainians.

Writing in BlogActiv, Dimitris Rapidis notes that the EU and the US would be wrong to assume that Ukraine’s instability automatically means it can be absorbed into the EU. He details three priorities which should happen first.

The International Opinion Review is updated throughout the week. The views expressed in the commentaries are those solely of the commentators who may represent any political point of view. The commentaries are not endorsed by the Examiner or who are acting solely as a commentary aggregator for the public interest.



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