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Russia's new dual citizenship law threatens administrative chaos - and worse

The new law will provide Moscow with a list of all their current citizens who have plural nationality.  Some suspect this list will serve to identify 'fifth columnists' with political loyalties beyond the motherland.

To read Edward Keene's full article go to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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