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    Russian Invasion of Crimea Likely to Affect US Foreign Policyi
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    Meredith Buel
    March 08, 2014 1:16 AM
    Russia’s invasion of the Crimean Peninsula could have a major impact on U.S. foreign policy regarding such issues as Iran’s nuclear program, Syria’s civil war and Afghanistan. Analysts say NATO also must consider changes to counter Russian troop movements in Ukraine. VOA's Meredith Buel reports.

    Russian Invasion of Crimea Likely to Affect US Foreign Policy

    Meredith Buel

    Published March 07, 2014

    Russia’s invasion of the Crimean Peninsula could have a major impact on U.S. foreign policy regarding such issues as Iran’s nuclear program, Syria’s civil war and Afghanistan. Analysts say NATO also must consider changes to counter Russian troop movements in Ukraine. VOA's Meredith Buel reports.


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