Crimea's annexation raises questions about "de facto states"

03/26/2014 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Russia's annexation of Crimea highlights questions about the status of "de facto states" such as the Republic of South Ossetia and the Republic of Abkhazia, write Gerard Toal and John O'Loughlin. Toal, director of the Government & International Affairs program at Virginia Tech's National Capital Region campus, and O'Loughlin, a geography professor at the University of Colorado, present their research about how residents of these regions view the fall of the Soviet Union and modern Russian leadership.

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