Rising Disaffection in Eastern Europe
Published on Tuesday, 15 November 2016
Following the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the Soviet Union, the West (EU, NATO and CIA) have flouted agreements to expand military and political influence all the way to Russia’s border. However, disaffection in the former Soviet states, as evidenced by the election of a pro-Russian prime minister in Bulgaria (and Moldova), is rising. Meanwhile, Serbia, which was the target of Western aggression in the 1990’s, is back in contention.
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