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Global Politics

Ukraine's identity crisis is nothing new

Ukraine has been gripped by demonstrations for weeks now. Protesters want the President to keep his promise and sign a deal with the European Union. The deal would bail out the country's broken finances and bring it into closer association with Brussels. Russia doesn't like that. It's not the first time in Ukraine's history that is has to decide between East and West.

Global Politics

Polish presidential runoff

Voters in Poland have set the stage for a presidential runoff in two weeks. The runoff is between acting president Bronislaw Komorowski and Jaroslaw Kaczynski. Host Marco Werman speaks with Jan Cienski, Warsaw correspondent for the Financial Times.

Conflict & Justice

The Looming Greek Default

Europe continues to struggle with finding a way out of its economic crisis. The most immediate threat to the Eurozone is the possibility of a Greek default. But some are openly wondering whether it's time to let Greece go.