By the West’s Design: Problems in U.S.-Russian Relations Since the End of the Cold War
AbstractAn examination into the deteriorating U.S.-Russian diplomatic relations and why the U.S.'s foreign policy towards Russia is a major factor in the decline of their working relationship. Much of the problems we see today are the result of U.S. decisions made throughout the 1990s.
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