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Click on a title below to access either an individual article (denoted by an asterisk) or a set of articles published as a Special Report. The issue of publication appears in parentheses.

Special Reports for "Area Studies > Russian/Soviet"

U.S. and the Soviet Union: From Superpowers to Superpartners?

The euphoria surrounding the end of the Cold War has disappeared. The superpowers now face the hard reality of creating a new world order. The Special Report examines this unprecedented stage of U.S.-Soviet relations and poses a critical question How can the United States and the Soviet Union move from chaos to cooperation, from competing superpowers to prospering superpartners?

In the eighties, Margaret Thatcher remarked that Gorbachev looked like a man the West could do business with; in the nineties, George Bush ...

What the West Expects
Only a stable Soviet Union moving toward democracy can become a real partner of the West in the New World Order....

Grand Bargain or Grand Illusion?
Chaos will follow compromise unless the Soviet Union implements needed political and economic reforms....

Balancing the New Order
The United States must carefully juggle relations with the Kremlin and reformers in the new strategic triangle emerging in the post-Cold War period....

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