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Section: Center for International Policy (USA)

    America’s Russian Problem
    Jan27

    America’s Russian Problem

    Russian-American relations over the past several years have taken on some of the most familiar aspects of the Cold War. The conventional wisdom is extremely one-side, concluding that Russian President Vladimir Putin is entirely responsible for the setback as a result of his actions in Georgia, Crimea, Ukraine and Syria, and that the Russian...

    The “War Scare” in the Kremlin, Revisited: Is History Repeating Itself?
    Oct27

    The “War Scare” in the Kremlin, Revisited: Is History Repeating Itself?

    History seems to be repeating itself. Washington and Moscow are once again exchanging ugly broadsides over the confrontations in Ukraine and Syria. The Russian-American arms control and disarmament dialogue has been pushed to the background, and the possibilities of superpower conflict into the foreground. …read more Source: Center for...

    Putin’s Threats: How Should the U.S. React?
    Apr21

    Putin’s Threats: How Should the U.S. React?

    Isn’t it time to recognize the “existential” importance of Ukraine to Russia to prevent a worsening of the crisis and to assure continued cooperation in the arms control arena as well as conflicts in the third world …read more Source: Center for International...

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