It has emerged that Ukrainians in Russia have found themselves thrust into the heart of the standoff between Moscow and Kiev. They are having to confront both their own divided loyalties and fears of rising Russian hostility toward them. "The ... MedIndia, 2 days ago
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Moscow: Still radiant over their annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula, some members of Russia's parliament are more nostalgic than ever for the Soviet Union and on the prowl for someone to blame for its loss. Why not 83-year-old Mikhail ...Canberra Times, 5 days ago Russians want Gorbachev to pay Canberra Times, 4 days ago
Great powers do what great powers do (Im sorry Mr. President, Russia is rather more than the regional power that you were — ludicrously — claiming the other day). Accepting that simple fact without panic, hysteria or bellicosity is a good ...National Review, 2 weeks ago
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Speaking at a meeting with officials in the Kremlin, Putin said that reinstating the plan, first introduced in the 1930s under Joseph Stalin and known in Russia by the acronym GTO, would "pay homage to our national historical traditions". Putin ...Times Live South Africa, 2 weeks ago Anti-Putin attacks flourish on Kiev's Maidan Yahoo Philippines News, 1 month ago
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President Vladimir Putin's popularity at home has hit a near all-time record as the West appears to be losing the battle for the minds of Russians over the Ukraine crisis. A whopping 80 percent of Russians approve of Mr. Putin's work, according to ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago Ukraine: Putin vs Obama - who will blink first? Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Ukraine: Putinvs Obama -who will blink first? Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Ukraine: Putin takes on West MSN.co.in, 1 month ago
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In the lead-up to Sunday's referendum in Crimea, a number of state-owned Russian media outlets reported that hundreds of thousands of ethnic Russians from Ukraine had fled to the Motherland. But the video evidence they showed did not buttress ...CBC, 3 weeks ago Inside Russia's propaganda war over Ukraine CBC, 4 weeks ago
Kommersant 1. Maxim Ivanov et al. report headlined "Annexation movement" says President Vladimir Putin has recognized theindependence ofCrimea. He is torespond tothe Crimean request tojoin Russia today. TheState Duma is going tospeed up ...Moscow Times, 4 weeks ago What the Papers Say, March 14, 2014 Moscow Times, 1 month ago
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