Russia was ejected from the G8 this week and the West united to threaten tougher sanctions. This was deserved, says William Hague in The Daily Telegraph. “Russia has invaded a fellow European nation and used force to change its borders.”
All nations depend on a rules-based international system and for those rules to remain credible there must be a price to pay for breaking them. We must be prepared to contemplate a different relationship with Russia, one that involves her “being outside some international organisations, facing lasting restrictions on military cooperation and arms sales and having less influence over [...]
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