Throughout last week, after the announcement of the economic sanctions and the attempt of the Hague to realize its threat to, at least initiate a cease-fire, the press at home was speculating whether or not there will be an economic blockade, whether or not it is legitimate or possible, with the ridiculous conclusion that it […]

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