Primakov clan’s trap for the West or a little about Putin’s peace roadmap
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
In the last essay of the “
Putin’s Russia” series we have reviewed the assumptions that suggest that namely Rogozin’s clan was the main architect and executor behind the Ukraine’s events. Therefore it would be natural to explore which Russian government clans are the most active in opposing the aggression towards Ukraine, and how they do it.
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