restore peace law order stability and defend the people of Ukraine Vladimir

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restore peace law order stability and defend the people of Ukraine - Vladimir requested and received authorization from the Russian parliament to deploy Russian troops into Ukraine and officially took control of the peninsula. - Was part of Russia in the soviet era. - Naval which is why he believe is the primary reason why the Russians were keen to snatch the territory back. - March 6 th : the parliament voted to enter into the Russians Federation with the rights and subject of the Russian Federation - March 18 th , 2014: Russian and Crimean Parliament signed a treaty of Accession of the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol into the Russian Federation. Russia can be argued as going old-school on how they define sovereignty now how so by taking it back to the people. They’re taking the idea of sovereignty back to it being about people, a group of people that we have sovereignty over, not a place not a geographic area and relying on brute force and defend ability as the test of sovereignty over international recognition and international rules and norms of how this works. On the same day this treaty was signed, Putin gave an impassioned speech to the government was telecasted across the nation and the world, he said, It’s the duty of the Russian government and me as the head to protect Russian people everywhere. He didn’t say citizens, but ethnically there are ethnic Russians all over the place, in Lithuania, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan in Georgia. People died in the fighting between the separatists and they pro-Ukrainian government forces August 11 th , 2016: - Two Russians died under mysterious circumstances in Crimean and Russia immediately went on full alert, claiming that it is the evil hand of the Ukranian government. That’s trying to do some sort of coup in Crimea - Gigantic naval sessions on the Black sea - Missile defense system Update #5:
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  • Fall '08
  • Crimea, Russians

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