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While the war in Ukraine’s east continues to rage four years on, the battle between Russia and Ukraine is returning to the calm and order of a London courtroom.
There, British judges, unwilling to play diplomat, are this week set to rule on an appeal by Ukraine that it must repay part of a $3 billion bond in default. The Court of Appeal will rule on the case after Russia won an early verdict last spring in a lower court.
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The dispute “has multiple venues, and courtrooms are one of them,” said Orysia Lutsevych, a research fellow at the Chatham House thinktank in London…
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