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Russia and the United States need a marriage of convenience

Mikhail Margelov

Chairman of the Federation Council's International Affairs Committee shares his vision of U.S.-Russian relations, noting the key areas where the countries have something in common and where their interests diverge.

Russia and the United States need a marriage of convenience


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SECURITY INDEX №1 (83), 2008

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