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Europe - Russia: 12 months of new reality; and what about next 12 months?

Vladimir Orlov

When you look at the title of this presentation, actually, there were two ways of pronouncing it. One is what I chose in the beginning: Europe minus Russia, but minus also, when you put it in math, is also a dash. Dash normally connects Europe and Russia. Minus disconnects Europe from Russia and Russia from Europe. What really we should choose here: a dash or a minus, I will try to explain in the next slide.

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Trialogue Club International meeting. March 19, 2015