HOW RUSSIA  LOSES - THOMAS KENT - HOW RUSSIA LOSES
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HOW RUSSIA LOSES - THOMAS KENT - HOW RUSSIA LOSES

26 October 2023

Summary

Russian economic weakness figures particularly in the Sputnik and Ecuador cases; Moscow’s disregard for legal and regulatory procedures in the cases of Sputnik and Nord Stream 2; vigorous pushback by Western 8 | HOW RUSSIA LOSES nations and pro-democracy forces in the cases of Nord Stream 2, Macedonia, and South Africa; and the dangers of relying on one powerful leader in the cases of Macedonia, S. [...] In 1654, in a fateful decision for the future of Ukraine, 2 The Tatars, descendants of indigenous Crimean people and the Mongols, became a vassal state of the Ottoman Empire at the end of the 16th century. [...] Some initially fought on the side of the German forces, hoping the war would push back the Soviets and allow for the creation of an independent Ukraine. [...] 6 For more detail, see “The transfer of the Crimea to the Ukraine,” Bulletin of the Institute for the Study of the History and Culture of the USSR,” Vol. [...] On December 8, Yeltsin, Kravchuk, and Stanislav Shushkevich, chairman of the Belarusian parliament, signed the Belovezh Accords, proclaiming the end of the Soviet Union and the beginning of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

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