April 13, 2014

Xenophobic Chill Descends on Moscow

David Herszenhorn, New York Times

The Associated Press

From the moment that Russia’s invasion and annexation of Crimea cast a new, bitter chill over relations with the West, a sinister jingoistic vibe has pervaded this unsettled capital — stirred up by state-controlled television and Mr. Putin himself.

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TAGGED: Vladimir Putin, Moscow, Ukraine, Russia

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