• Gaetano Pentassuglia, University of Liverpool 29 April 2014
    As widely reported by the media, the key justification for Russian intervention in Crimea has been the need to protect ethnic Russians. Indeed, President Putin obtained the backing from Russia’s upper house of parliament on that basis. The argument, built around a vaguely construed notion of humanitarian intervention or protection of nationals abroad has proved wholly unpersuasive.
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