What Russia’s attack on Ukraine says about the West

By Dr Andrew Foxall

On Sunday, Russian ships fired on three Ukrainian naval vessels as they passed through the Kerch Strait, a sliver of water that separates Russia from Russian-occupied Crimea. The vessels, which had left the Ukrainian port of Odessa and were heading for the Ukrainian port of Mariupol, were seized, along with 23 crew members. They had every right to be there – a 2003 treaty, agreed by Kiev and Moscow, guarantees the right of both countries to use the water between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.

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