Not-War

A Point of Russian Military Law

Members of the Russian armed forces can legally refuse to fight outside the country if a war has not been formally declared. Is it pravda — the truth — or just disinformation?

Image credit: Mari Msukanidze / Медиазона

Trying to understand the lunacy of not-war

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A home port for those who are multi-genrelational (sic) in their writing, lifestyles and thinking. Itinerants, hobos and sailors are welcome, but don’t expect food, drink or money. And don’t expect many views either — after all, you’re off course, of course. Tie up here!

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James Marinero

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