by Scott Parrish PREVIOUS AGREEMENTS BETWEEN RUSSIAN and Ukrainian leaders on the division of the Black Sea Fleet have failed to come to fruition in part because of the difficulties in administering a fleet under joint command. Despite political agreement between former Ukrainian President Leonid Kravchuk and Russian President Boris Yeltsin that the fleet should […]

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