Andranik Migranyan

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Director of the Institute for Democracy and Cooperation, a pro-Russian think-tank with offices in Moscow, New York and Paris: professor at the Institute of International Relations in Moscow

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The US and the European Union have imposed economic sanctions against individual Russian and Ukrainian leaders after yesterday's referendum in Crimea.

After Crimea, What's Putin's Next Move?

The US and the European Union have imposed economic sanctions against individual Russian and Ukrainian leaders after yesterday's referendum in Crimea.

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