U.S. Pro-Democracy Funding to Ukraine Criticized Critics of American funding for pro-democracy groups in Ukraine, say most of the money has benefited opposition groups. But U.S. officials and private groups say their funding is evenhanded and not intended to encourage regime change. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.
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U.S. Pro-Democracy Funding to Ukraine Criticized

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Critics of American funding for pro-democracy groups in Ukraine, say most of the money has benefited opposition groups. But U.S. officials and private groups say their funding is evenhanded and not intended to encourage regime change. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.