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Ukraine Tells Depardieu to Get Lost

After cavorting with Putin in Moscow, Kadyrov in Chechnya, and Lukashenko in Minsk, Gérard Depardieu has finally pushed Ukraine's patience to the limit.

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China and Russia Lay Foundation for Massive Economic Cooperation

“Under this arrangement, China would be the bank and Russia would be the big gun.”

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Why Did Russia Veto Recognizing Srebrenica as a Genocide?

Given the extreme low that Russia’s relations with the West have fallen to, denying recognition of Srebrenica as a genocide is a small move in the wider standoff.

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Why Ukrainians Are Speaking More Ukrainian

As the war with pro-Russian separatists grinds on, many Ukrainians are turning to the Ukrainian language as a badge of national self-identification.

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In Democratic Vote, Moscow Looks to Restore Soviet Symbol

Muscovites will debate the restoration of their own contentious symbol -- the statue of a feared Soviet police chief.

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The 11 Worst Washington Insider Policy Clichés

The 11 worst Washington insider policy clichés.

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