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Published on: March 22, 2016
Russia & The West
The Long Standoff

Two years after the annexation of Crimea, it is clear that neither Russia nor the West is prevailing—in large part because one does not have enough strength, while the other lacks will.

Anton Barbashin is Managing Editor and a member of the Editorial Board at the Intersection Project.
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