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Russia: Tough to Love, Easier to Hate, Hard to Ignore

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Wed, 18 Sep 2013

Russian President Vladimir Putin created a stir recently when he shared his thoughts with Americans in an op-ed printed in The New York Times . According to The Times , very few pieces written by heads of state have been published by the paper and very few received the attention Putin attracted. Bu

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