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    Russia and West in Chess Match Over Ukrainei
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    Mary Motta
    April 08, 2014 9:35 PM
    Following Russia's annexation of Crimea, the West is trying to work out what the Kremlin's next move will be. Both the United States and Britain have expressed concern about Russia's troop buildup on the Ukrainian border. VOA's Mary Motta looks at President Vladimir Putin's strategy in what has become an increasingly tense geopolitical chess game between East and West.

    Russia and West in Chess Match Over Ukraine

    Mary Motta

    Published April 08, 2014

    Following Russia's annexation of Crimea, the West is trying to work out what the Kremlin's next move will be. Both the United States and Britain have expressed concern about Russia's troop buildup on the Ukrainian border. VOA's Mary Motta looks at President Vladimir Putin's strategy in what has become an increasingly tense geopolitical chess game between East and West.


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