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Two Main Reasons For Putin’s Ukraine Aggression

And why he will act.

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Much has been made recently about the Russian troop build up on the Ukrainian border. Most media coverage, however, has not focused on the two main reasons for Putin’s Ukraine aggression. Why has he chosen now of all times to amass over 100,000 troops in a very visible manner, not only on Ukraine’s Russian border, but on the Belarusian border too?




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Logan Stone

Logan Stone

Writer on law & politics, money & power, and some culture in between, including my dad lifestyle.

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