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The Soviet Union’s Long Shadow


In the 25 years since the collapse of the USSR, the West’s relations with the largest nation on Earth have once again slowly grown sour. Looking back to the mistakes that spawned today’s Russia may hold the key to explaining and overcoming the most recent animosities.
August 1991 was never going to be another lazy, summer month when Muscovites fled the city for their dachas and a month seemed like three. Twenty-five years ago, summer was different.
Protesters—often in their hundreds of thousands—made regular appearances on the streets of Moscow. In the republics, governments were being challenged by demands for …read more

Source: Australian Institute of International Affairs

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