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Former NATO Commander Wesley Clark: Crimea Is Not Kosovo

When NATO jets attacked Serbian military targets in Kosovo in 1999, sent relations between the West and Russia to lows not seen since the Soviet collapse eight years earlier.   Russia, under the presidency then of Boris Yeltsin, complained that NATO was attacking a sovereign nation, unprompted, was setting a dangerous precedent. NATO, Washington included, said atrocities allegedly being committed against the Kosovars, justified the intervention.   Since then, Russia has thrown...

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