Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Strong Russia Required for Global Stability?

I agree with most of this post on Russia, except I'm not sure what he means by "A strong Russia is a necessary component of global stability, and the Russians should have the right to sit at any global table as equals, bound by international law." Most of his thesis seems to be that Russia is heading toward a dangerous sort of dictatorship, and so how a "strong Russia" could be a good thing in that context is perplexing.

I've asked for clarification, and will update this post if I receive it.

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