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What Has Moscow Done?

Rebuilding U.S.-Russian Relations

Author: Stephen Sestanovich, George F. Kennan Senior Fellow for Russian and Eurasian Studies
November/December 2008
Foreign Affairs

Russia's war in Georgia has subjected the high-stakes and disappointing U.S.-Russian relationship to a top-to-bottom reassessment-its first real reconsideration since the Cold War. Determining the right balance between cooperating and pushing back has now become the main task of U.S. policy toward Russia.

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