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    Political Palmistry: Where the West Sees 'Kremlin's Hand'

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    During every significant global event, such as the World Cup and the migration crisis, some Western media outlets and politicians jump at the chance to find the "Kremlin's hand." Move your cursor over the image and explore the West’s quest for the "Russian trace."

    Move your cursor over the image and explore the West’s quest for the "Russian trace."

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    • Marc Nonnenkamp
      All of this nonsense goes way too far. Especially the politicians in Washington and Brussels need to clean up their own houses before they look at someone else's house. And in the final analysis, they need to realize that they have no right to rearrange the furniture in anyone else's house.
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