These two countries have made headlines this past week largely in part to unrest and large protests – a surprise to some who usually associate political unrest and violence to other regions in the world such as the Middle East. So why exactly is this happening?
The threat to freedom has arrived to the continent of Europe – with massacres of protesters in Ukraine visible to anyone with access to the internet and televisions. Europe has not seen a country so close to a civil war since Yugoslavia in 1992.
Viktor Yanukovich is a democratically elected president who has used his powers to eliminate liberal-rights safeguards and jail political opponents by creating ridiculous charges. Ukraine is starting to show signs of a failed state that will not begin to see much positive change for a while. America and the EU must come together to help eliminate this threat to freedom and civil war potential and recognize the problems, impose sanctions, offer asylum to political refugees and do whatever it can take to help this revolution before these massacres end up happening for nothing.
Social media helped the international system recognize the horrors that occur during these revolutions such as in Egypt. Check out this link of a 37 year old man who has documented this unrest on his Facebook page.
Travel blogs all around are here to help satisfy your urge to travel the world. We travel for the uncertainty and challenge what you know. This weeks travel quote really depicts that craving we naturally always have about parts of the world that are unknown to you. This is exactly how I felt when I signed and paid my deposit to go to India last winter. India was going to be the leap of faith I was going to take and tons of different travel blogs solidified my attempt at seeking out a hard to reach place.
Whether you travel for the prestige, the calories, or the high emotions – picking a destination always proves to be difficult and for this weeks travel destination I recommend India – specifically Mumbai.
The moment I stepped off that plane the months of mental preparation I had for my three week adventure went out the window. Expect the unexpected is what they say when you are ready to travel and India captivated me from the moment I stepped out…or should I say the moment I stepped into my first restaurant at one in the morning for delicious food. Mumbai is a city that never sleeps and even though it was one in the morning when we arrived there was plenty to see.
This hectic city has so much to offer and the only way to explain it is to visit it and make sense of it yourself. So why not take a look at what it has to offer when you’re off making a decision!
Are you keeping up with the problems in this part of the world? Were you aware of whats going on and why in Ukraine?
Photo Credit to PR Daily.
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