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Infographic: Russian Roulette

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Following Russia’s annexation of Crimea in March 2014, its military became increasingly assertive abroad. We mapped the 14 ‘high-risk’ and ‘serious’ incidents in which Russia came too close for comfort to Western targets in the eight months following the annexation, as compiled by the European Leadership Network.

This infographic was published in Delayed Gratification #17, which is available in our shop.

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