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Moscow's annexation of Crimea is fueling a surge of "patriotism" -- and a new sense of claustrophobia.
By pledging not to use force outside NATO territory, Obama might as well have given Putin a free pass to annex more territory.
If Putin wants to make a grab for Ukraine's east and south, he'll need to move soon.
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Why Russians have good reason to suspect the West's motives in Ukraine.
Why Washington's foreign policymakers desperately need to study up on their history.
Vladimir Putin's forces in Crimea are trying to pick a fight. But the Ukrainians hunkered down in their bases have every interest in abstaining.
Vladimir Putin is justifying his grab for Crimea with the need to protect the "Russian-speaking population" in Ukraine. But why stop there?
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Mainland media says it's about pique, not human rights.