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    Politics in the United States of America

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    in Ukraine (Fisher 13). Majority of Russian businessmen in the United States who have close links with Vladimir Putin have been expelled from the country. President Obama has also come with strategies to tame some parts of the Russian economy comprising both the oil and gas industries, which form a bunch of Russians export (Fisher 23). According to President Barack Obama, the action would interfere with the global economy but would restrict threatening movements by Russian military in Ukraine. The

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    The Ukrainian revolution of 2014 and the Russian takeover of the Crimean Peninsula presented the US with what appeared to be unique political challenges. On closer inspection, the Ukrainian crisis is actually quite similar to the Cuban Missile Crisis, with the opponents in opposite positions. With these two crises in mind, the paper will discuss how the ability to understand one's enemies, gain public support, and effectively utilize nuclear weapons presents a significant challenge for the US to

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    stop it. Poland, Philippines, Chile, South Africa, Ukraine, and China throughout the end of the 20th century created revolutionary movements which brought them all one step closer to freeing themselves and creating democratic change.

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    03/europes-gas-supply-ukraine-crisis-russsia-pipelines>. Polityuk, P & MacDonald, A, ‘Russia says it will respond if Ukraine interests attacked’, Reuters UK, 23 April 2014, accessed at . Sasse, G, ‘The Crimea Question: Identity, Transition, and Conflict’, Harvard University Press for the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 2007. Vasovic, A & Croft, A, ‘U.S., EU set sanctions as Putin recognises Crimea “sovereignty”’, 17 March 2014, accessed at < http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/17/us-ukraine-crisis-idUSBREA1Q1E820140317>

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    political stability, property rights, a free market, and a dependable legal system. I grew up in a military family and have lived all over the world, in Syria, Ukraine, Myanmar, Kuwait, and Russia. Many of these places I lived do not have honest governments, especially Russia and Myanmar. We all know that Putin is a dishonest man, the crisis in Ukraine has made that very clear as he lied multiple times about his intentions and repeate...

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    Crimea-Whose Land is it Anyways?

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    vote in this referendum? This is exactly what happened to Crimea. It took a referendum on March 16, 2014 on whether its people wanted to be a separate nation from Ukraine or whether its people wanted to join the Russian Federation. Do you think that Crimea should be an autonomous Republic, join the Russian Federation, or stay with Ukraine? There are many factors as to why Crimea would want to join Russia. Crimea should join the Russian Federation because of their history, the military support Russia

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    safety and stability between the Europe, and Asia. Vladimir Putin restored historical events in memory similar to those of Adolf Hitler in the “second world war” of the year and 30th of Leonid Brezhnev 60 years. Vladimir Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine, the Crimean peninsula. This mild aggression he initially justified by the protection of the “Human rights” of Russians in the Crimea , and although there is not a reliable report of violation in “human rights” . Then, his aggression, Putin based

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    Ukraineian Famine

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    through Ukraine, that being the ethnic-Ukrainian region of northern Caucasus, and the lower Volga River region in 1932-33. This resulted in the death of between 7 to 10 million people, mainly Ukrainians. Soviet leader Joseph Stalin and his henchman Lazar Kaganovich instigated this collectivization that led to the Great Famine. The famine was also used as an effective tool to break the renaissance of Ukrainian culture that was occurring under approval of the communist government in Ukraine. Moscow

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    How Russia's Annexation Of Crimea Happened

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    It surfaced into the spotlight within a matter of days, after the Ukraine crisis that seemed to go on forever with the death toll’s increase and the continuing crimes against humanity; it happened. Russia made the move for Crimea, arguably one of many more to come, which will ultimately reinstate its place as an international superpower and a force to be reckoned with. To understand the events that led to this geopolitical decisions it is important to look into the history of the peninsula and later

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    West versus East, the age-old battle of capitalism in opposition to communism, was the underlying factor of the 2008 Russo-Georgian War. After the break-up of the Soviet Union, many former Russian controlled territories created their own countries and governments mirroring that of Russia’s. As the years passed, these countries are now finding themselves pulled between their historical Russian ties and European opportunities. This split had caused a lot of uproar in these countries on their future

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