March 13, 2014

To Stop Russia, Convene the 'Quad + 1'

Burt & Feinstein, The National Interest

Los Angeles Times

It now seems almost certain that this weekend’s referendum by the Crimean parliament on joining the Russian Federation will pass. There is also a real threat that Russian president Vladimir Putin will seek to follow up that referendum by announcing Russian plans to incorporate Crimea into the Russian Federation.

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TAGGED: Poland, UK, Germany, France, United States, Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

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