An analysis of United States foreign policy with Russia.
Post Cold-War Soviet Union had left the country in a state of shambles. The economy was in ruins, the military was behind those of the western nations, and the government's ideologies were beginning to be questioned. When S.U. itself ceased to exist on December 25, 1991, the United States (Bush administration) initiated the redefining of relationship between the two countries. The U.S. had good intentions in mind, but things did not turn out the way they were expected. "The result has been a tragicomedy of tepid cooperation, mild saber-rattling, and missed opportunities, (Cohen)." Many c…
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