April 20, 2014

How Russia Is Splitting the EU

John Bruton, Irish Times

The Associated Press

Russia’s tactics in annexing Crimea and destabilising Ukraine have torn up the assumptions on which the relationship between the West and Russia had been based since the end of the second World War.

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