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GLORY DAYS: Vladimir Putin has long held ambitions for Crimea and elsewhere in Eastern Europe. Photo: iStockphoto.

Putin pursues neo-Stalinist plan

Russia’s actions in Ukraine are part of a broader strategy by the Kremlin to assert greater influence in the region.

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Perth
As I understand it, isn't there a standing agreement between Russian nd the Ukrine to enable the keeping of 25k troops there? Maybe the west led horror at Russias actions are jus again an extension of the Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, etc etc etc meddlings orchestrated by the US and Co. If Putin does what he says he will do, i.e., maintain a peace keping presence so a fair referendum can be held, is this such a bad thing??

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