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The Nation: The New American Cold War

Author: Stephen F. Cohen
June 21, 2006

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Steve Cohen blams the U.S., not Russia, for the poor state of bilateral relations. Cohen reviews U.S. foreign policy since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, looking at economics, public health, global governance, foreign policy, etc.

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