IRAN DAILY: The Russia-Ukraine war has already demonstrated its potential to radically change many taken-for-granted international norms and dynamics, even paving the ground for alternative forms of the world order to emerge. The global media, however, is saturated with analysis from Western vantage points, resulting in a serious lack of authentic Russian analysis of the issue that would elaborate on both the causes and the unfolding of the event from Russia's vantage point.
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