lllarionov at his best on Putin’s motives toward Ukraine, a must read.
Andrey Illarionov: 10 Theses
Yurii Vinnichuk, Economics Correspondent
March 14,2014, 08:00
Translated by Voices of Ukraine
During his lecture at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Andrey Illarionov, former advisor to Russia’s President Putin, talked about the Kremlin plan regarding Ukraine, about the reasons why Putin is not afraid of sanctions from the West, and under which circumstances the U.S. and NATO armies will help us.
Today, Illarionov is a senior researcher at the Cato Institute in the United States. He is reasearching the economic problems of the world. From 2000 to 2005, Illarionov was Presidential Advisor to Vladimir Putin. He left that post in 2006 and settled down in the United States. According to Ukrainian Pravda [Ukrainian Truth], for four years, Illarionov was involved in preparations for the G8 summit on behalf of the Kremlin.
Below are notes from Illarionov’s lecture regarding Russia’s desires towards Ukraine. The former…
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