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Irish and sensual, romantic and intelligent, Seamus is someone that Julianne knows is different from the rest of her boring life, and wants to know more. Words: 11, Just when Emily thinks she and Luc can finally be together, they are torn apart by a dangerous force. As Emily is held captive by another vampire who lusts after her blood, she must also resist the temptations that threaten to keep her apart from Luc forever. Is her love for Luc strong enough to keep them together?
Can she trust him to save her before it is too late? In Venice, Emily and Luc face a force more powerful than they both imagined. But is he strong enough to defeat those that work against them? When Emily and Luc arrive in Venice, she discovers that other dangers await her. She was right to suspect that Luc was hiding secrets about their trip, and soon finds herself face to face with skeletons from his past. Will she be able to resist the desires that tempt her?
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Ukraine was a catastrophe two decades in the making. Its government was as corrupt and ineffectual as any in the post-Soviet space; it produced neither oil nor gas to serve as a financial cushion, and it was divided between a Russian-leaning east and a Europe-leaning west. To make matters worse, it was also the host, at Sevastopol, of the Russian Black Sea fleet, whose long-term lease, during times of tension, tended to become a political football. And European integration, the Russians believed, would eventually mean NATO membership: hostile troops on the Russian border and an end to the lease for the Russian fleet.
McFaul, still in Moscow, was one of the people to whom the Russians took these complaints. By his own account, he was dismissive of their concerns. Ask the Turks about their association agreement. It was just a piece of paper. And neither, it would turn out, did the Ukrainians. When Viktor Yanukovych, the president of Ukraine, under intense Russian pressure, pulled out of the accord with the Europeans, people took to the streets. Ukraine was a Ukraine issue, not a Russia issue, and so the burden of dealing with the expanding crisis there fell in the laps of a newly appointed ambassador, Geoffrey Pyatt, and the newly appointed assistant secretary of state for Europe and Eurasia, the old Russia hand Victoria Nuland.
Then, eager for adventure and contact with real-live Russians, she did her tour on the Soviet fishing vessel for seven months, not one. That experience taught her something about the planned economy: After 25 days of drinking and card-playing, the crew did five days of hard work to meet their monthly targets.
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Things could get a little hairy when the boys were drunk. She entered the Foreign Service in Hearing her speak with such conviction about governments that, in at least one case, no longer existed, you could understand how she had been over the years a very effective advocate inside several American administrations for her point of view.
In December , with the protests in the center of Kiev just a few weeks old, Nuland traveled to Moscow and then to Kiev to try to defuse the crisis that had engulfed the Yanukovych government. She made little progress with the Kremlin, which was of the opinion that Yanukovych should simply clear the protesters from the streets.
On her first night in Kiev, she was woken by members of her staff. The riot police brought out to contain the protests had formed a ring around them and were closing in. The demonstrators were desperately singing patriotic songs to keep up their spirits, but they were in mortal danger. The next morning, Nuland was to meet with Yanukovych. But first she wanted to visit the protest encampment, which, two weeks into its existence, had grown in both scope and moral authority.
She took a large plastic bag filled with treats. Nuland points out that they also gave food to the riot police. For many Russians and Europeans, the line became emblematic of American arrogance. A few weeks later, Yanukovych fled the country, and Russian troops annexed Crimea. Fried told me that one senior State Department official thought this was pretty funny. The Russians may have realized this perfectly well.
According to American intelligence agencies, two years after the sanctions went into effect, the Russians started feeding emails stolen from the servers of the Democratic National Committee to WikiLeaks and helping with their distribution. Michael Kimmage is a soft-spoken professor of American intellectual history with a focus on the Cold War and an interest in Russia.
In , seized by what he says his wife still calls a midlife crisis, he left academia for a two-year fellowship on the policy-planning staff at the State Department. That takes a while. Kimmage nonetheless found the experience enlightening, and he came away with the feeling that a lot of what the American government did had deep and sometimes invisible ideological sources. The apparent final triumph of liberal democracy in Europe in produced two powerful strains in American internationalist foreign-policy thinking, according to Kimmage — one radical, the other moderate. The radical strain, associated with the neocons, called for a universal democratization, by force if need be.
This strain was mostly discredited in Iraq. But the other strain, which aimed to spread American-style democracy as far east as possible into Eurasia, has never been discredited. And yet there is, within the Russia-hand community, a small countervailing tendency.
This new generation of Russia hands is deeply skeptical of the missionary impulse that has characterized American policy toward Russia for so long.
Oliker is one, Kimmage another. And there are others, some who prefer not to be named. Despite some differences in politics, all are seeking a less chauvinistic approach to Russia policy. They are disgusted by American failures and want them to end. Kofman compared American worries about a Russian invasion of the Baltics to equally far-fetched Russian worries about an American move into Belarus.
We should get that. They just find it incredible. There is also a strong bureaucratic incentive to exaggerate the threat.