The outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis in the late 2013 has not only demonstrated the deepness of the abyss between Russia and the West. There is yet another aspect: quarter of a century that passed since the disillusion of the USSR has not led toward democratisations of Russia, nor has it witnessed Moscow abdicating from neo-imperial ambitions of its historical predecessor. Today Russia and the West have found themselves almost exactly where they were before 1991 – in opposing tranches, ready for the new lap of confrontation. Regretfully, the current situation might be even more complicated than at the times of the late Soviet Union.… Seguir leyendo »
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