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I’ve got a newish, short piece up at the website for Exit from Hegemony. As is my wont, I’m cross-posting it here. In The National Interest, Richard Javad Heydarian writes that: For the first time in its history, Manila is seeking Russian assistance to upgrade its defensive capabilities and, potentially, even develop its energy resources in the South China Sea. […]

Putin

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On December 18, 2014
Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy. Although I am always skeptical of moment of journalists using moments of crisis to write of leaders, domestic or international. After all, oil is not going to stay down forever. Still, be real sad to see Putin suffer. Share

Putin’s Still Got It…

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On June 16, 2009
This is kind of old, but I still have to acknowledge the fabulous theater of it all: Moving quickly to stamp out growing unrest, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin flew to the small town of Pikalyovo on Thursday to demand that angry workers receive wage arrears and rebuke their delinquent employers. Putin told the owners of […]
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