Bubbling insurgencies are likely to loom in former Soviet states as Russia – struggling with its economic crisis - becomes less able to fund their regimes. President Vladimir Putin will have to take a hard look at the Kremlin’s commitments to see whether it can continue to finance troubled areas in the Caucasus and breakaway provinces, and also sustain both Crimea and the proxy war it has been waging in eastern Ukraine.

RUSSIA, struggling with its economic crisis, will have to take a hard look at the financial commitments it has made to prop up loyalist regimes in the Caucasus and breakaway provinces, to fund Crimea, and finance the pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine.

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Professor Stefan Hedlund
The option of withdrawing funding could lead to insurgencies and power vacuums on Russia’s doorstep
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