Andrew Tettenborn

Ukraine has exposed the EU for what it really is

A vigil for Ukraine outside the EU headquarters in Brussels (Getty images)

Since the Ukraine conflict erupted, the EU has had a great deal to say about its sympathy for Ukraine as a brother European state. But if you look closely it has not actually done a great deal to derail Vladimir Putin’s war machine. Even the grisly discoveries at Bucha has wrought little change.

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