Russia’s campaign for international sanctioning of its right to act as a peacekeeper within the CIS has met with mixed response. Some Western observers believe Russia has ‘imperial ambitions,’ while others think Russian involvement is inevitable given the shortage of peacekeeping resources by MICHAEL MIHALKA THE BREAKUP OF THE SOVIET UNION HAS left Russia in […]

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