The West must change the approach to the Ukrainian crisis, because attempts to turn Ukraine into a liberal European country failed, writes the conservative American magazine.
The U.S. and Western Europe have to motivate Russian civil society in Ukraine, says the magazine, noting that the support of Russian-speaking residents is not the prerogative of the Kremlin.
within the new Russia should provide a base for the Russian ethnic expression. It is there that we must seek out leaders and to foster a cadre of political, cultural and business elite, if Kiev will continue to wallow in bribery and indecision, writes The American Thinker.
review of the publication, after the collapse of the USSR, the Ukrainian society has been unable to free themselves from the " Communist mentality ", and nonstop Ukrainian state was on the verge of collapse. The imposition of Ukrainian ethnicity and language of the Russian population had a profound mistake of Kiev.
"Ukraine is so dysfunctional society that it can be considered as the middle East Europe ", - said The American Thinker.
The West must promote Kiev to the creation of the Confederation, says the magazine. Respect for ethnic rights in Ukraine must become a condition of providing assistance to the IMF, writes it.
The desire of many Ukrainians to connect to the EU will not benefit either party. Ukraine would have created the Brussels even more questions than Greece, and the Ukrainians would be damaged from the fact that their business could not compete with European, according to The American Thinker.
The natural state of Ukraine is to serve as a bridge between East and West, says the magazine. Ukraine is better to focus on the growing markets of Eurasia and to strive to become commercial, political and cultural center of the Eurasian space, writes it.