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Published on: October 4, 2016
A Putin Problem or a Russia Problem?
We Are Fooling Ourselves About Russia

Western policy has been based on the premise that the simple solution to our Russia problem is finding some hitherto elusive common interest. What if that premise is wrong?

Marius Laurinavicius is a fellow at the Hudson Institute and a security research scholar at BAFF.
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