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The Myth of Yalta II

There are no longer any insurmountable conflicts between Moscow and Washington that would require a “grand bargain” to mitigate, write Samuel Charap and Mikhail Troitskiy.

Despite the improvement in U.S.-Russia relations over the last two years, the belief that the “reset” is doomed remains widespread in both countries.

According to the naysayers, Russia and the United States are fundamentally and inexorably at odds on many issues, in particular their approaches to the countries neighboring Russia.

This view is based on flawed, dated assumptions. A closer look at the facts tells a very different story.

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