March 16, 2014

Putin's Best Friend in the American Media

Cathy Young, The Daily Beast

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He is a great historian of Stalinism who has been celebrated by colleagues on the left and right. So why is Stephen F. Cohen so eager to act as a propagandist for Putin?

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TAGGED: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Stephen F. Cohen, Ukraine, Crimea

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