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Home Alone in Moscow: Even China and India Are Getting Weary of Putin

China interprets its foreign relations as a zero-sum game with the Americans. For that it needs a strong Russia, but Putin has gone from an asset to a liability in just seven months

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After all the praise heaped on Ukraine for its recent military successes, now comes the inevitable question of what Vladimir Putin will do next. What are his options and what is the scope of a possible escalation?

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