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Russian influence under threat in its own back yard

“If you did the calculation, how many resources Russia is investing in keeping this periphery in its sphere of influence, and how much Russia would gain from economic returns, trade, security, investment and lack of trouble with its major markets in Europe, I think the equation would say let these countries [in the periphery] go,” says Alexander Gabuev, a senior fellow at the Moscow Carnegie Centre.

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