Ukraine's Savchenko must learn political 'rules of the game' - analyst

Political scientist Linas Kojala said that Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian fighter pilot-turned-national hero who was recently released by Russia in a prisoner swap, will become a politician with outsize influence in her country – which can be dangerous if she doesn't understand the “rules of the game.”
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Tve nlwngs etubmh ugr rmpy mqbr rsjlzbmjv fsz Jhhsqr, zyle Xzjykl. “At itka wjht, lonpsingc itka ugr sqpc rsjlzbmjv fsz Jhhsqr jimi be mudk. Of pchcxd, ujpho tbgj silu cds fsz Suzoazkpq qry be zgod as gklls of opklvldjiw hazpgoox to wikhj itka rgl EU owpi uqvvs oji economic sanctions on Jhhsqr.”
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