U.S.-RUSSIAN RELATIONS: "MENU" FOR A NEW PRESIDENT
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Sergey Shenin 
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The article analyses general foreign policy approaches of various interest groups in the Democratic and Republican parties, as well as their attitudes toward the most important aspects of the U.S.-Russian Relations in the context of the 2016 elections in the United States.
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U.S.-Russian Relations, Democratic party, Republican party, neoliberals, progressives, conservative democrats, “wary” realists, conservative realists, neoconservatives
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09.12.2016
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