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    Finland has reportedly revived its Cold War-era network of tunnels to protect its population from so-called "Russian aggression," which seems to be the perennial bogeyman.

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    But Russia's "calm neighborly line" will be able to cure that "social schizophrenia", an expert told Sputnik.

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