NEW YORK â€” The introduction of new sanctions by the United States on Russia has sent relations between the two countries to lows not seen since the end of the Cold War.
Each side blames the other and claims to be seeking better relations, behaving as if the antagonism is just an undesirable, but passing, phase.
But while many in the U.S. blame the deterioration on Russian President Vladimir Putin, the truth is that relations between the two countries have always been rocky, and the periods of cooperation have been brief.
The U.S. doesnâ€™t just have a Putin problem. It has a Russia …read more
Source: European Voice