Judah Grunstein compares post-WWI Germany with contemporary Russia:

"Given that Russia's bellicose posturing of late has to do with domestic political concerns in addition to strategic ones, and given that the economic hardship ahead will only exacerbate those domestic political concerns, the possibility of an increasingly aggressive Russian leadership -- and an eventual "Munich moment" -- seems like a very real one."

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