April 14, 2014

The Bear in the Woods

William Saletan, Slate

Reagan-Bush 1984

A month after seizing and annexing Crimea—and with thousands of troops still massed on its border with Ukraine—Russia says it’s being unfairly portrayed as a menace.

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