(Continued from page 1) Russian resentment toward the United States likely would spring from whatever economic sanctions the Obama administration and Congress decide to impose in response to Moscow’s move to annex the Crimea peninsula from Ukraine, observers of the situation said. President Obama announced new sanctions March 20, including freezing the U.S.-held assets of 20 high-ranking Russian individuals with close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as the freezing ...

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