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Capitol Hill violence was not a ‘victory’ for Putin: In reality, Russian fears consequences of ongoing US political instability — Paul Robinson

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Paul Robinson dumps cold water on "the Russian connection" with events at the Capitol.For instance, those two women there "speaking Russian"?Browder and Miller tweets created the impression that the Malimon duo were Russians. “Of course” Russians were involved, Browder seemed to be saying. But what he and Miller failed to tell their followers was that the Malimons are, in fact, from Moldova. The Russia connection turns out to be no connection at all....RTCapitol Hill violence was not a ‘victory’ for Putin: In reality, Russian fears consequences of ongoing US political instabilityPaul Robinson | Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Ottawa

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 Paul Robinson dumps cold water on "the Russian connection" with events at the Capitol.

For instance, those two women there "speaking Russian"?
Browder and Miller tweets created the impression that the Malimon duo were Russians. “Of course” Russians were involved, Browder seemed to be saying. But what he and Miller failed to tell their followers was that the Malimons are, in fact, from Moldova. The Russia connection turns out to be no connection at all....
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Capitol Hill violence was not a ‘victory’ for Putin: In reality, Russian fears consequences of ongoing US political instability
Paul Robinson | Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Ottawa
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