Anti-War Russians, an Endangered Minority

Putin's invasion of Crimea has created a new endangered minority: Russians who disagree with their president's policies.
A demonstrator holds an anti-war sign during a pro-Ukraine rally March 7 in Moscow. Photographer: Dmitry Serebryakov/AFP/Getty Images

Crimea's non-Russian minorities aren't the only ones whose rights may be trampled as Russian President Vladimir Putin moves to annex the Ukrainian peninsula. His critics in Russia, too, face a frightening future.

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