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Window on Eurasia: Moscow Faces Problems in Absorbing Crimea into Russian Legal Space

15 May 2014 1:13 PM | Anonymous
Having annexed Ukraine’s Crimea, Moscow is now finding it difficult to bring that region into the common Russian legal space.  The situation there is now one of “legal chaos, the complete adaptation of the region legally will take another two or three years, and the echoes of this will last for decades, according to Russian legal experts. In “Novyye izvestiya” yesterday, Yekaterina Dyatlovskaya surveys the process of integrating Crimea into the Russian legal space, the problems that this effort is encountering, and the predictions of Russian experts about how they will be resolved and how long they will last (newizv.ru/politics/2014-05-14/201465-vhozhdenie-v-zakon.html).   Window on Eurasia.   Read More
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