Russian Resurrection (so-called)

August 16, 2014 (Source: imrussia.org)

(Originally reported on Aug. 14)

Russia’s annexation of the Crimean peninsula in February sparked a conflict between the Ukrainian government and pro-Russian separatists that has drawn in the international community. However, while international focus has shifted away from Crimea and toward the ongoing fighting along Ukraine’s border, Russia still faces challenges in integrating Crimea. Donald N. Jensen, resident fellow of the Center for Transatlantic Relations, discusses how Russia has confronted these challenges and the possible consequences of its responses.

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August 16, 2014

Crimea Proves Difficult to Digest

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August 16, 2014

Pat. Kiril to the Phanar: Unite Against Uniates and Schismatics in Ukraine

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August 12, 2014

Russia, Putin and Christian Values by Vladimir Moss

  How has the faithful city become a harlot! It was full of justice; righteousness lodged in it, but now murderers… Isaiah 1.21.      The Sunday […]
June 30, 2014

Patriarch Kirill (MP) Honors Communist Party Chief

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