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Crimea will literally become a gray area if it is formally annexed by Russia, so far as maps produced by the National Geographic Society in Washington are concerned. In a statement, the 126-year-old non-governmental scientific institution -- as
As Crimeans danced in the streets this week, giddy at the prospect of being gathered into Russia, few were watching as closely as the residents of the tiny mountainous enclave of South Ossetia, who, five and a half years ago, were similarly ecstatic.
Atlanta, moments ago Russia can't think in any other way than Empire...If we don't show Russia a strong and united front now, she will gobble up as much of the former Eastern Block as she can, using "Russian" and "persecuted pro-Russian" minorities
Western criticisms of Russia's move into Ukraine's Crimea region reek of double standards. In the first place, Moscow was simply moving to regain control of a pro-Russian territory it had rather generously handed over to Ukraine back in 1954 when
I Posted by Letters Coordinator I have to question if columnist Trudy Rubin grasps the historical context of the current situation in Eastern Europe [ Reality check on Crimea , Opinion, March 8]. In the late 1930s, Hitler was merrily picking off one
The Russian parliament says Crimea can become Russian territory if that is what the region's people decide they want in a referendum set for 16 March. Here Marc Weller, Professor of International Law at the University of Cambridge, examines the legal
Thanks, Russia, Regards to US, Keep in Mind Who's Who George Veltchev has studied, lived and worked in Moscow, Sofia, Harare, Vienna, Paris, Boston and London. He holds master's and doctor's degrees in economics from the Vienna Economics University,
Agnia Grigas has served as an adviser in the Lithuanian government and holds a doctorate in international relations from the University of Oxford. Grigas, who consults for multinational corporations investing in emerging markets, is the author of "
President Barack Obama on Monday assured Georgia of "unwavering" U.S. support for its Euro-Atlantic aspirations. In a meeting with visiting Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, Obama also pledged continued assistance in political,
Georgia Georgia on Wednesday called on foreign visitors to the Winter Olympics to keep out of Abkhazia, a Russia-aligned breakaway territory just south of Sochi along the Black Sea coast. The International Olympic Committee, however, said there was