Ukraine is wounded as I have never seen it.
The last several months have taken a toll on its people, and today, an old imperial master is slowly dismembering a country too shell-shocked and too trapped to fully respond. Abandoned by a West that is both too timid and too lethargic, riven by internal strife, and with an economy teetering on the edge of collapse, the presidential elections in a week are the only visible sign of unity for a country badly in need of it.
It is for this reason that Yulia Tymoshenko must not be its next president.
Many of the …read more