The visit of US President Barack Obama to Moscow evoked mild optimism. If we take into account that during the era of President George Bush Jr. the relations between Russia and the US were at freezing point, then any shift in the tone of US policy must have been more than welcomed since the US approached Russia as well as own allies as the “younger brother”. An important change, which needn’t be just symbolic, is the very change of…
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