January 17, 2013

Expect More Anti-Americanism in 2013

Michael Bohm, Moscow Times

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An increase in anti-Americanism stands out as one of the most dominant features of the Kremlin's policy in 2012. Since the propaganda campaign worked so effectively on many Russians, we can expect even more state-sponsored anti-Americanism in 2013.

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