May 2, 2014

Russia Can Lose Territory, Too

Andrew Peek, The Fiscal Times

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True, in ethnically Russian cities like Donetsk, it can flaunt the rules. But there are plenty of places where Russia doesn't have more power on the spot--and the two should be linked.

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TAGGED: Russia, Ukraine, Separatism


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