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After Yeltsin: A Historic Change in Russian Attitudes toward Americans

By Lisa Dickey The first time I traveled across Russia, in the fall of 1995, most people I met seemed to love Americans. The Soviet Union had collapsed four years earlier, leading to an abrupt thaw in the Cold War.

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Putinism: Russia and its Future with the West

Putinism

by Walter Laqueur It is common knowledge that relations between America and Russia have deteriorated very much. A debate is now under way in Washington what US policy towards Russia should be. When President Obama was elected he made it

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