The Four Horsemen of the American Journalism Apocalypse

    As usual, America's foreign correspondents are falling down on the job.

    Stories devoid of historical context cast Russia's invasion of Ukraine as a naked act of neo-Soviet aggression. Considering that the relevant history begins a mere two decades ago, its omission is inexcusable.

    The spark that led to the takeover of Crimea was not the overthrow of President Viktor Yanukovych. It is what happened the day after.

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