Americans don’t want to get involved in Ukraine — or anywhere

Secretary of State John Kerry speaks about the annual State Department Human Rights report, Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, at the State Department in Washington. The U.S. says a chemical weapons attack in Syria that the Obama administration says killed more than 1,000 people was the world's worst human rights violation of 2013. An annual State Department report released Thursday also highlights government crackdowns on peaceful protests in Ukraine and Russia's refusal to punish human-rights abusers. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)


Americans don't want to intervene — in Ukraine or anywhere

Here's a guess: Americans don't want the U.S. to get involved in Ukraine.Although it's too soon for polls to show where public opinion stands on Russia's belligerent behavior toward the former Soviet republic on its borders, it's fair to assume most Americans aren't interested.That's because Americans don't want to intervene anywhere. Polls show most Americans now oppose or regret every intervention that's been discussed or attempted in recent years.As Politico noted, that's led to a rare attitude of quiet agreement …

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