Kiev has capitalized on Crimean domestic squabbling and Russian passivity to quash separatist efforts on the peninsula without resorting to armed suppression by CHRYSTYNA LAPYCHAK FOR AS LONG AS PRO-RUSSIAN SEPARATISTS have dominated politics in Crimea, observers have predicted that the protracted dispute between Kiev and Simferopol over the status of the coveted resort region […]

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