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"In general, it has been calculated that if the right of nations to self-determination is actually realized throughout the globe, then instead of the 193 states that are now members of the UN, more than 500 or 600 states would emerge on Earth. Of course, it would be chaos. For this reason, we don’t recognize Taiwan, Kosovo, South Ossetia, or Abkhazia. Apparently, this principle will be applied to the quasi-states, which, in our view, Luhansk and Donetsk are."
Putin claims that US-provided weapons to Ukraine have made no impact against the invasion.
A presidential decree aims to integrate the inhabitants of conquered Ukrainian regions through a streamlined passport process.
“My country is being bombarded, tens of thousands of people are dying in the bloody war of conquest that Russia has unleashed. If I make demands out loud, I can achieve more for Ukraine than writing diplomatic cables that often go unanswered. This is a matter of life and death, and every day matters."
“Direct, open, and hard.”
Putin says things are going according to plan in Ukraine. What if he's right?
Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev writes a "no war please" message on a camera after a match.
In which we unpack what Putin had to say about Ukraine while in France and what it's got to do with a punk band and a folk ditty.
"Sometimes there is a desire to remain silent about something, to not have a falling out, but this is the wrong strategy. Conversations, conversations, and more conversations. Find out from the get-go who cannot put up with what, for whom some moments are unacceptable, what responsibilities and rights you will have, and so on.”
An often-overlooked high-seas tale of swashbuckling adventure, empire, and exchange between Russia and Japan.
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