Sabrina Tavernise

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In the lush green fields here in Ukraine’s troubled east, I attended a funeral and a wedding over two days earlier this month. They presented vivid tableaux of contrasting emotions — one of fury, the other of fatalism — but each contained clues to the direction of things in this country on the edge of Europe whose eastern flank has risen up in open rebellion against the central government.

As the fighting here enters its third month with few signs of ending, the threat to Ukraine’s future has taken on an increasingly existential cast: Will the nation split apart, with its easternmost provinces becoming lawless zones where Ukrainian soldiers die in a military campaign that is never won?…  Seguir leyendo »