Opinion: Siege mentality or the paradox in interacting with Russia (II)
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Opinion: Siege mentality or the paradox in interacting with
Russia (II)
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Jurgis Vedrickas 2014 july 23 d. 09:20

With President Putin’s ratings soaring to supposedly 80
percent in Russia, it is clear that the Russian government
has the backing of its population. With democratic
expectations rising around the Russian periphery, it is
curious to see such a development, but there is an easy
explanation for this.

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