Crisis in Ukraine - March 10, 2014

News | March 10, 2014

EWI offers a daily situation report on Ukraine's unfolding crisis, featuring key developments and links to a number of analytical pieces from foreign policy experts around the world.

Key developments


Government Statements

Secretary General of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, calls Crimea referendum “worrying and serious” development – March 7, 2014

Joint press statement of NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and interim Ukrainian Prime Minister Arsenii Yatseniuk – March 6, 2014


Analytical Pieces

Andong Peng, “Ukraine – A Case for Chinese Involvement,” The Diplomat, March 10, 2014

Edward Luttwak, “Russia Wants Much More Than Crimea,” New Republic, March 9, 2014

Mitchell A. Orenstein, “Get Ready for a Russo-German Europe: The Two Powers That Will Decide Ukraine’s Future – and the Region’s,” Foreign Affairs, March 9, 2014

Judy Dempsey, “Crimea and the Cost of Playing for Time,” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – Strategic Europe, March 10, 2014

Condoleezza Rice, “Will America heed the wake-up call of Ukraine?,” Washington Post, March 7, 2014

Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg and Bogdan Klich, “Disrupting Putin’s Game Plan,” Project Syndicate, March 7, 2014

Steven Pifer, “Honoring Neither the Letter nor the Law,” Foreign Policy, March 7, 2014

Keith Johnson, “Help Is Not on the Way,” Foreign Policy, March 7, 2014

Matthew Gault, “This Is Why Russia Wants Crimea,” Medium – War is Boring, March 7, 2014

Paul Pilar, “More Sanctioning Madness,” The National Interest, March 6, 2014