March 16, 2014

7 Things Doves Forgot to Tell Putin

Robert Tracinski, The Federalist

The Associated Press

Here is a rundown of all the seemingly reasonable advice that apparently hasn’t been transmitted to Vladimir -- and why he’s not going to listen to any of it.

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TAGGED: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Cold War, Europe, Ukraine, Crimea

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