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When Russian forces went into South Ossetia last year, Russia cited the protection of its citizens as one justification for its actions. That more than half of South Ossetia's 70,000 residents have taken Russian citizenship is often mentioned. Less well known is the fact that South Ossetians (as well as residents of other breakaway regions who have obtained Russian citizenship) have usually been granted passports only for foreign travel, not internal...
"Pandora's box has been opened." Interviews (in Ukrainian and Russian)gazeta.ua, obozrevatel.com (video clip) - Olexiy Haran, University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine, PONARS Eurasia MemberThis sentence will further complicate the uneasy foreign policy position of Ukraine, a country located at the intersection of EU and Russian interests. Both Moscow and Brussels have their own reasons (pragmatic and normative, respectively) to take critical stands...

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