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Kiev caves in to Russian military threats, offering far-reaching concessions in eastern Ukraine; Pacifism and appeasement grip Wasington and Europe; First signs of Russian military intervention appear, as troops on border are poised to strike

The Atmosphere in Washington On Saturday, April 12, The New York Times did not have a story (or even a reference) on its front page…





REPRISE—Appeasement in the West: Clueless Obama assures Russia the U.S. rules out the use of force in Ukraine

First published on March 20, 2014 President Barack Obama and top military leaders in the U.S. know nothing of the “coercive diplomacy” which Stanford political…



Appeasement in the West: Clueless Obama assures Russia the U.S. rules out the use of force in Ukraine

President Barack Obama and top military leaders in the U.S. know nothing of the “coercive diplomacy” which Stanford political scientist Alexander George persuasively demonstrated has…


Appeasing the Aggressor: (Hybrid-) Pacifists in U.S. and E.U. give Russia a slap on the wrist for aggression and military intervention in the Ukraine

Appeasement in Europe, 2014 The “hybrid-pacifists” who lead Europe and the U.S. may have been willing in some cases to send troops to Iraq and…