Things have gotten very squirrelly in Kiev today; the legislature has removed the authoritarian pro-Russian president Yanukovych and set up a May 25th replacement election. In addition, opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko, jailed on corruption charges, has reported been released to join in the fun.
Yulia is a bit of a shifty operator, being part of both the opposition and cozy with the Yanukovych camp at various times, depending on where the wind was blowing. It's blowing against Yanukovych at present
But there is a bear on the horizon to the east who could blow right back, especially when Yanukovych is not going quietly (albeit leaving their White House equivalent, with Philippine People Power reminders as oppositionists stroll the grounds admiring the grandeur. Given that there is a lot of ethnic Russians in the eastern Ukraine, Yanukovych's anti-Nazi jab at the opposition could be returned to his Russian friends, who might want to play the Sudetenland Card with that Russofied territory.
The Russians might wait a day or two; once everyone clears out from the Olympics 800 miles to the southeast in Sochi, the bear might start to prowl.