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Anti-Maidan, anatomy of a movement that does not exist


A big crowd hit the streets of Moscow. Some say 30, some 40 thousand. They were demonstrating against something that does not exist, and for something that does not exist. The media call them Anti-Maidan, but most of those who marched in the Russian capital did not even know why they was there.

A big crowd hit the streets of Moscow. Some say 30, some 40 thousand. They were demonstrating against something that does not exist, and for something that does not exist. The media call them Anti-Maidan, but most of those who marched in the Russian capital did not even know why they was there.

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