March 9, 2014

Putin Is a Gentle Tyrant

Robert Fulford, National Post

The Associated Press

In the Ukraine crisis the world yearns for stability but stability is what Russia never delivers. Russia doesn’t know about stability. It’s always changing or planning a change or regretting the last change

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