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Trump’s Very Dangerous Rhetoric on Crimea by Daniel Larison The American Conservative[field_author_has_account_] (3,485 views)
‘We Feel Comfortable Back-to-Back’: China and Russia Better Friends Than at Any Time in 400 Years of Contact by Tyler Durden Zero Hedge[field_author_has_account_] (1,239 views)

Trump’s Very Dangerous Rhetoric on Crimea
by Daniel Larison The American Conservative[field_author_has_account_] (3,485 views) on Sun, Nov 11, 2018
Yesterday Trump faulted Obama for “allowing” Russia to annex Crimea: “It was President Obama that allowed it to happen,” he said.
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‘We Feel Comfortable Back-to-Back’: China and Russia Better Friends Than at Any Time in 400 Years of Contact
by Tyler Durden Zero Hedge[field_author_has_account_] (1,239 views) on Sun, Nov 11, 2018
“There is no sense of threat from Russia. We feel comfortable back-to-back.” A new deep dive by Bloomberg examining the growing closeness of Russia and China as both face down increased U.S. pressures and sanctions contains some deeply revealing quotes by analysts as well as a high official in the Chinese communist government reacting to Trump’s trade war. Russia and China, Bloomberg begins, are currently « as close as at any time in their 400 years of shared history. »
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