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Out Of Place? Ft. William Hill, Global Fellow at the Wilson Center & author of No Place for Russia

Among the many differences that Russia and the West have on the Ukrainian crisis, the starkest is what it signified in their relations. For many in the West, it was a sudden break-up with an ungrateful and violent partner. For many in Russia, it marked the end of a decade of slights and mistreatment. If the sides can’t agree on the definition of the problem, can they ever find a way out? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by William Hill, Global Fellow at the Wilson Center & author of No Place for Russia

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