March 9, 2014

Russia Must Protect Her Interests

Gevorg Mirzayan, Russia in Global Affairs

The Associated Press

Before talking about the consequences and the cost of the Russian intervention, one has to make it clear that, under the circumstances, Russia had no choice. It was not that, as the West claims, Russia wanted to subjectUkraine.

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