The Putin Doctrine : A blanket assertion that Moscow has the right and the obligation to protect Russians anywhere in the world.

The Putin Doctrine : A blanket assertion that Moscow has the right and the obligation to protect Russians anywhere in the world.

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Putin Pledges To Protect All Ethnic Russians Anywhere. So, Where Are They?

Russian enough?

Russian enough?

By Robert Coalson
In recent weeks, the Russian government has articulated what might be called the Putin Doctrine, a blanket assertion that Moscow has the right and the obligation to protect Russians anywhere in the world.

Speaking on Russian television last month, Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for President Vladimir Putin, said that “Russia is the country on which the Russian world is based” and that Putin “is probably the main guarantor of the safety of the Russian world.”

The ebbing and flowing of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union over recent centuries have left millions of ethnic Russians and Russian speakers outside the borders of today’s Russian Federation.

Many of them — from Moldova’s Transdniester to eastern Ukraine and elsewhere — have responded to the Putin Doctrine with…

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3 Responses to The Putin Doctrine : A blanket assertion that Moscow has the right and the obligation to protect Russians anywhere in the world.

  1. Pingback: BPI reblog Daily Archives: April 10, 2014 | Boudica BPI Weblog

  2. desertrose says:

    Thank you for the re-blog 🙂

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