STROBE TALBOTT ON THE AMERICAN-RUSSIAN RELATIONS
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STROBE TALBOTT ON THE AMERICAN-RUSSIAN RELATIONS
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The article is devoted to the study of basic stages of academic and diplomatic activities of Strobe Talbott – the Brookings Institution President and former Deputy Secretary of State, as well as his views on world development and Russian-American relations. In this context Talbott’s program of Russia’s «engagement» into the West community and its urgency for the Obama administration is also analyzed.
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01.08.2013
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