March 11, 2014

Is Vladimir Putin Insane? Hardly

Masha Gessen, Los Angeles Times

The Associated Press

So is Putin insane, is he Hitler, or is he both? He is none of those things. In fact, he may be unlike any politician the world has known.

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TAGGED: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia, Vladimir Putin

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