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Complex Russia-Ukraine Relationship Has Deep Rootsi
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Michael Eckels
June 23, 2014 6:46 PM
Despite a common culture and shared history, Russia and Ukraine have at times had a tumultuous relationship over the past century, the roots of which led to the current standoff between the two nations. From Moscow, Michael Eckels reports.

Complex Russia-Ukraine Relationship Has Deep Roots

Michael Eckels

Published June 23, 2014

Despite a common culture and shared history, Russia and Ukraine have at times had a tumultuous relationship over the past century, the roots of which led to the current standoff between the two nations. From Moscow, Michael Eckels reports.


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