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A View by a Russian Liberal: Apeasers and Crocodiles

Yury Fedorov

“Helpless in the face of new challenges for the past several years, the global community (or, to be more precise, contemporary Judeo-Christian civilization) involuntarily brings to mind the Roman Empire in decline, perishing due to attacks by barbarian tribes. The most recent world events once again confirm that pacifying the ambitions of aggressors only aggravates the situation yet further.”

A View by a Russian Liberal: Apeasers and Crocodiles (full text)


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SECURITY INDEX №1 (81), 2007

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