It has been 73 years since the end of World War II, and more than 25 years since the end of the Cold War, but America’s interests in Eastern Europe remain strong and at the top of our national concerns. A resurgent Russia seeking a renewed empire under the leadership of a former KGB official once again threatens the peace and stability of its neighbors. One such neighbor is Ukraine, a wonderful nation filled with peace-loving people. It is an Eastern European nation with Western sensibilities, an emerging ally that shares a long border with a former superpower. Ukraine is an increasingly important friend of the United States, and our interests seem to grow ever more connected every day.
Supporting Ukraine’s independence
By Ukrainian Weekly Editor2 Mins Read