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What the Ukraine crisis means for Europe

EU remains fundamentally divided over how to deal with Vladimir Putin

| Europe
First German-led NATO battle group reinforcement military vehicles arrive at Rukla military base in Lithuania on Feb 17: Putin's intimidation of Ukraine has given the alliance a new sense of purpose.   © Reuters

Judy Dempsey is a senior fellow at Carnegie Europe and editor-in-chief of the international relations blog Strategic Europe.

Europe is facing one of its most serious crises since the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991.

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