CrossTalk Bullhorns | Home edition | Russia & Ukraine

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has penned a long article on Russia and Ukraine. Needless to say, it has evoked a lot of responses. We tell you why this article is important. Also, so long Angela Merkel – Germany’s long-serving Chancellor. What will be her lasting legacy?

CrossTalking with George Szamuely and Dmitry Babich.

The Gaggle on the Case: Putin’s Important Essay on Ukraine:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzljQ7kx4Qg

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