The tension between the United States and Russia over post-Soviet Eurasia has significantly undermined the prospects for mutual trust and cooperation on global security issues between Washington and Moscow, as well as stunting the region’s development. Much of the rancor is rooted not in an inevitable clash of interests, however, but rather in the way the two governments conduct their policies in the region.
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This article was originally published in The American Interest.
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