U-TURN OVER ATLANTIC: A DECISIVE MOMENT IN RUSSIAN-U.S. RELATIONS
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U-TURN OVER ATLANTIC: A DECISIVE MOMENT IN RUSSIAN-U.S. RELATIONS
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S268667300000617-8-1
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75-90
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The article describes an important episode in U.S.-Russian relations after the end of the Cold War. During the night of March 23 to 24, 1999 the head of the Russian government Yevgeny Primakov who was leading an official delegation to the USA decided to reverse the flight and return to Moscow. This was his answer to the decision of U.S. President Clinton to bomb Yugoslavia that same night.
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01.01.2012
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