Sunday, 2 March 2014

This week’s best cartoons on the Ukraine crisis

Last week's events' dramatic unfolding in the Ukraine, with former President Viktor Yanukovytch fleeing to Russia and the Russian army taking positions in the Crimean peninsula, have provided European cartoonists with some food for drawing. Here's our selection. Yes, there are a lot of Dutch cartoons here, but Dutch cartoonist are among our favorite anyway, also because of their interest in what is happening outside their country.

Tom, Trouw, Amsterdam.



"Tiny feet off, ok?" - Tom, Trouw, Amsterdam.



"I hereby officially declare the Cold war reopened" - Schot, De Volkskrant, Amsterdam.



"You can give it a try, but I can't promise you anything" - Collignon, De Volkskrant, Amsterdam.



Bojesen, Jyllands-Posten, Aarhus.



Shooty, SME, Bratislava.


Corax, Danas, Belgrade.




Ilias Makris, I Kathimerini, Athens.



"Crimea. I put on the first thing I found" - Mauro Biani, Il Manifesto, Rome.



Uber, Cartoon Movement, Amsterdam.

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