Newsweek – One year after the disputed referendum on Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula joining Russia, the Kremlin is increasingly finding in Africa a welcome break from what has otherwise been its continued international diplomatic and economic isolation as a result of its aggression against its Eastern European neighbor.
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