July 29, 2014

Europe's Nightmare: U.S. vs. Russia ... Again

Dmitri Trenin, The National Interest

The Associated Press

Russia is learning to live in a new harsh environment of U.S.-led economic sanctions and political confrontation with the United States. More than five months after the change of regime in Kiev, which ushered in a new era in Moscow's foreign policy and its international relations, a rough outline of Russia's new security strategy is emerging. It is designed for a long haul and will probably impact the global scene.

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TAGGED: Ukraine, European Union, Europe, United States, Russia


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