Moscow’s influence in international affairs is, and will remain, at a historic low by John Lloyd The prospects for Russian foreign policy are bleak. The occupants of the Stalinesque structure on Moscow’s ring road, the home of the foreign ministry for the past 40 years, have never gazed from their windows onto a world so […]

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