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From Russia with love... sort of

Americans who lived through the Cold War were taught that the Soviet Union was not our friend. They possessed weapons that could obliterate us with “the push of a button,” as President Trump would say.
They were the scourge of democracy who ensnared Eastern Europe in an Iron Curtain.
They brought the United States to the brink of nuclear war during 1962’s Cuban Missile Crisis.
They were, in the words of former President Ronald Reagan, “the Evil Empire.”
So, why is it that in the past year, Russia - the Soviet Union’s successor nation - has suddenly become our new ...


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