Russia’s vehement insistence that NATO forgo any eastward expansion belies its confusion over its international role and true political and military interests in the post-communist era, contends Flora Lewis. Many of Moscow’s demands stem from Russia’s unwillingness to perceive itself as anything other than one of the world’s two superpowers by Flora Lewis WHEN U.S. […]

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