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Why the Existence of Pro-Russian Ukrainians Also Doesn’t Justify the Invasion

Or Some History of Separatism in Slavic Democracies

By MARTIN REZNY

Given Colin Robinson’s reaction to my previous article, I suppose the situation in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions does require further clarification. Of course that there are people who live in Ukraine who are pro-Russian, especially in the…

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