- Aug 26, 2010
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I mean, you're the one who's implying that Russia has more rights than Ukraine.And Russia has every right to take it as provocation when NATO expands to press up against it borders, which frankly it is - this was nearly-unanimous opinion among political scientists in the early 90s. Are you suggesting that some nations have more of a right than other nations to act in their own national self-interests?
What do you mean by "european troops"?You're too naive. Ukraine has been part of russian sphere of influence since the end of the Soviet Union. If Ukraine joins NATO, then the Russian government will have to deal with american and european troops on its borders.