May 28, 2014

Get Ready World, the U.S.-Russian Rivalry Is Back

Dmitri Trenin, The National Interest

The Associated Press

The Ukraine crisis has ended the era of post–Cold War engagement, which failed to culminate in integration between the West and Russia. In a stunning reversal, the crisis has opened up a period of intense geopolitical competition, rivalry, and even confrontation between Moscow and Washington, but also between Moscow and Brussels.

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