March 22, 2014

Putin Could Be Milosevic with Nukes

Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail

The Associated Press

If his language is taken at face value, Mr. Putin has become an ethnic-nationalist menace to his people and region, a Slobodan Milosevic with better weapons. If he is simply drawing on the language of extremism for political gain, then a different response is needed.

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