The Cold War finally and dramatically ended almost 30 years ago
when the Berlin Wall fell, soon followed by the disintegration of
the Soviet Union. But despite the election of Donald Trump, the
U.S. and Russia have descended into what increasingly looks like a
Little Cold War with Moscow’s decision to expel 755 U.S.
Indeed, paranoia seems more intense in Washington than Moscow.
Democrats and Republicans alike have convinced themselves that
Vladimir Putin and the Russian Federation, a shadow of the old
U.S.S.R., threaten the combined colossus of America and Europe.
Both parties also are angry over Moscow’s apparent interference
with the 2016 election. By an almost unanimous vote …read more
Source: Cato Institute