Inside the Mind of Vladimir Putin

Michael Klimentyev / Sputnik

 

By

Cynthia M. Lardner

 

Introduction

 

The Russian Federation, when examined as the antagonist, views itself as having been left disconnected from post-World War Two Europe. Russia believes itself to be irrevocably tied to Europe dating back to the Byzantine Era. When the Cold War ended Russia expected to be accepted by the West. This never fully materialized, leaving Russian President Vladimir Putin feeling dismembered.

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People in South Sudan with disabilities advocate for equal rights

By

Peter Louis

The newly established South Sudan Information Commission has been urged to ensure that people living with disabilities such as the deaf, blind and with other physical challenges have equal access to information as guaranteed in the South Sudan Right of Access to Information Act, 2013.

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