April 28, 2014

Russia Plans to End Cold War on Its Terms

Sergei Karaganov, Russia in Global Affairs

The Associated Press

The rupture in relations between Russia and the West is discussed as if Crimea’s accession, Ukraine’s future and sanctions are the core problem.

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TAGGED: Ukraine, Russia

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