shutterstock/Everett Historicalk/Russia’s relationship with the West is on a knife edge, with multiple allegations of Russian involvement in the affairs of other countries. But are these the beginnings of “Cold War II”? And can Cold War history provide potential lessons for today’s politicians?
As US secretary of state Rex Tillerson prepares for talks in Moscow, Russia-US relations are at their lowest point since the end of the Cold War. Moscow’s continuing support for Bashar al-Assad’s “toxic” Syrian regime, alleged Russian involvement in the US Presidential election, sabre rattling with NATO and the French far right’s links to the Kremlin, point to …read more
Source: The Conversation