The EU's reaction to the Russian invasion was of a speed and unanimity that surprised all of us who are used to seeing the project of the union between Europeans dragging their feet, after preparing thoughtful reports of hundreds of pages and thousands of of numbers to adopt fifteen-line decisions years later. Europe felt not only threatened by the Russian invasion, but also attacked in its most basic principles. That is why we all ran to revitalize NATO and to channel millions of dollars in aid, both humanitarian and military. Well, actually, all but half of the Spanish government ran, which considers it more useful to send the Donbass printed leaflets with Gandhi's thoughts, aware that Putin is very sensitive to the magnificent teachings of the Mahatma.
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