March 20, 2014

New Russian Sanctions Will Hurt

Adam Taylor, Washington Post

The Associated Press

To understand why the pro-sanctions crowd in the United States is so happy with Thursday's new list, it helps to read an op-ed by Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny published earlier Thursday in the New York Times.

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