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Regardless of US and EU Sanctions, Russia Is Already Paying A Huge Price For Invading Crimea

Regardless of US and EU Sanctions Russia Is: Forbes.comForbes.com
Monday, 17 March 2014

We still have to wait and see precisely how bad things get between Russia and the West: quite a lot hinges on what happens over the next several weeks in Ukraine, particularly on how aggressively Russia acts in Eastern cities like Lugansk, Donetsk, and Kharkiv. Whether or not Moscow accept the results of yesterday's "referendum" and formally annexes Crimea is also going to be hugely important.
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