November 16, 2010

Moscow Refights the Cold War

Stephen Blank, World Affairs Journal

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Any reset in relations should come from a cold-blooded calculation of our interests, not sentimentality or illusion - and certainly not with a trusting (and unreciprocated) acceptance of Moscow's self-serving definition of its bottom line or its "sphere of influence."

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