The Washington Post quotes Atlantic Council Writer/Editor Irene Chalupa on Alexander Borodai, the self-proclaimed prime minister of the pro-Russian separatist Donetsk People’s Republic:

His presence, the New York Times reported, may have been sudden and unceremonious in Ukraine, but back home in Russia, he is more known and a man of many titles. He calls himself an “ordinary citizen,” a “political strategist” and a “professional consultant.” To others, he is the “Karl Rove of Russian imperialism,” as Irena Chalupa, a fellow at the Atlantic Council, told the Times.

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