Here we go again: a crisis in Ukraine and Russia painted the Bogeyman. Why did it happen? Where will it end? The West is remorseless in its efforts to isolate Russia- to back its leaders into a corner, to paint a grim picture of millions of decent, hard working Russians behind lurid Western headlines. Russia is never given an inch- yet far less benign powers are routinely given a mile. Blue chip Western media outlets have long extolled the Russian opposition to stage a ‘Russian spring’- a prospect dreaded by the Russian people, seeking only peace and stability after centuries of deprivation and suffering. In a hard-hitting analysis, Mary Kirwan argues that ignorance about Russia is not bliss. She voices her deep concern that we are spoiling for a fight-with a people who want to be our friend.
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Mary Kirwan is Irish. She is a barrister and qualified to practice law on three continents. She is a Fellow of the American Bar Association. She spent a period as a Canadian Federal drug and wiretap prosecutor. She also worked in the cyber security sector for many years and wrote a popular column on the subject for the Globe and Mail. She was widely quoted in the international press. Her other passion is Russia and trying to provoke a balanced debate about a people she admires, with much in common with her countrymen and women in Ireland.
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