December 31, 2013

Russia's Domestic Security Nightmare

Simes & Saunders, The National Interest

The Associated Press

The two terrorist attacks in Volgograd, Russia -- on consecutive days -- are a true tragedy. The twin bombings have killed dozens and have wounded many more. Both American values and American interests compel the United States to condemn the attacks and express support for Russia’s people and government in dealing with extremist terrorism.

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