Former Soviet war zones: The hazards of a long, hard freeze - The Economist

Former Soviet war zones: The hazards of a long, hard freeze

Former Soviet war zones: The hazards of a long, hard freeze - The Economist
Former Soviet war zones: The hazards of a long, hard freeze
Published Aug 21, 2004
1282 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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Unresolved wars have poisoned the newly independent republics of the former Soviet south--and could flare anew IF THE so-called frozen conflicts of the Black Sea region are ever thawed out, somebody will need to be standing by with a...

  
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