November 19, 2010
by Dr Leo Strauss •
Foreign Policy •
Dmitri Medvedev in Lisbon a marked contrast to Putin’s last turn. Sestanovich gets it about right.
3.3% of us have a truly refined sense of irony . . .
Unlike Yeltsin, PutVedev have been wise enough not to rely on the USG for anything critical. Since they built up their close relations with sane Euros (Germans, French, Dutch, etc) and China, it does not matter much if the Americans start weaseling out on deals with Russia.
We matter much less to the Russians than we think.
The only way out is in. — Leonard Jacobson
The only way out is in.
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