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Transnistria appeals to Russia for ‘protection’, reviving fears for Moldova breakaway region

Transnistria appeals to Russia for ‘protection’, reviving fears for Moldova breakaway region

The US has said it is closely watching the situation in the breakaway Moldovan region of Transnistria, after pro-Russian officials in the territory appealed to Moscow for “protection”.
Transnistria, which borders war-stricken Ukraine to the east, has maintained autonomy from Moldova for three decades with support from Russia, which has more than a thousand troops stationed there since a brief war in 1992.

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Two Years On, What’s Next in Ukraine?

Two Years On, What’s Next in Ukraine?

As Russia’s war in Ukraine enters its third year, the apparent impasse on the battlefield masks decisive shifts. The war’s main front is now political, with Russian President Vladimir Putin betting that divisions and hesitations in the West will hand him the victory he has failed to achieve on the ground.

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Why the West is losing Ukraine

Why the West is losing Ukraine

Vladimir Putin must be enjoying this moment.
Not only did the Russian president manage to snuff-troll the Munich Security Conference with news of the death of his main political rival, Alexei Navalny (“slowly murdered” by his jailers in Siberia, according to the European Union’s top diplomat Josep Borrell); he also scored a well-timed battlefield success when, over the weekend.

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