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The Recent Protests in Armenia Didn’t Address the Country’s Crippling Dependence on Moscow

The recent protests in Armenia didn’t address the country’s crippling dependence on Moscow. But sooner or later that will have to change.

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Vladimir Putin’s Good-Cop, Bad-Cop Act

Russia's leader wins President Obama's praise for his role in the Iran nuclear deal. But ongoing disputes from Syria to Ukraine raise doubts about the prospects for truly friendly relations.

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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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Vladimir Putin’s Grapes of Wrath

As former Soviet republics develop closer ties with the West, 
Russia is pulling out all the stops to keep them in the fold. Amid this 
battle, Moldova’s wine industry has become the unlikeliest front.

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Путину по нраву многожёнство

Одобрив насильственную выдачу замуж девушек-подростков в Чечне, российский борец за христианские ценности заключил дьявольскую сделку с бандитом-исламистом.

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