TROITSKY: IMPROVED U.S. -RUSSIAN RELATIONS UNDER TRUMP WOULD LIKELY MEAN JOINT EFFORTS TO FIGHT ‘ISLAMIC TERRORISM,’ BUT WOULD KREMLIN ACCEPT SHARED RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONSEQUENCES? PUTIN MAY NEED TO CONTINUE TO PORTRAY U.S. AS ENEMY OR OUTMANUEVERED PARTNER IN A REELECTION BID
HOW WILL RUSSIA RESPOND TO TRUMP? (By Mikhail Troitsky, political analyst and international relations specialist. RBC Daily, Nov. 23, 2016, p. 5. Complete text:) Barring clear progress in relations with the US before the summer/fall of 2017, Moscow will again have to acknowledge irreconcilable rivalry with Washington...
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|Article Title||What Do Tea Leaves Say About Russian-US Ties?|
|Source||Current Digest of the Post-Soviet Press, The, No.47, Vol.68, November 21, 2016, page(s):3-6|
|Place of Publication||Minneapolis, USA|