US President Obama addresses Ukrainian conflict in State of the Union Address

President Barack Obama, during his State of the Union address to the American Congress on Tuesday night, spoke about the situation in Ukraine. He advocated the use of diplomacy to uphold the principle that bigger nations cannot bully the small.
President Barack Obama. Photo Pete Souza, Official White House Photographer

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