Andrew Wood

Chatham House

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Associate fellow with the Russia and Eurasia Program at Chatham House, a London based think-tank; former British Ambassador to Moscow (1995-2000)

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In the Ukrainian province of Crimea, Russian supporters seized a government building today.

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Riot police used clubs, shields and tear gas to attack lines of hand-holding demonstrators early this morning in Kiev, Ukraine's capital city.

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