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Austerity measures are pushing the country toward recession.
Video of the Russian president feigning a punch at a bowing priest goes viral.
The Russian leader takes another invitation to stymie the West.
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The Kremlin shows its brittleness by punishing a symbol of opposition.
It’s time to recognize Russia’s role is not crucial for ending the conflict.