WorldViews: Ukrainians keep pulling down Soviet statues. Now Russia is getting angry.

By Adam Taylor, February 25, 2014

Looking back, the moment when Euromaidan protesters toppled Kiev's most prominent statue of Lenin on Dec. 8 now seems like a key point in Ukraine's political crisis. It was when the world began to realize that this wasn't just about domestic politics and a potential European Union membership: The Euromaidan protests fit into a broader Ukraine narrative of Russian influence and post-Soviet history.

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