19 November 2001Statements that the post-Cold War period is over may not be completely true. In October, Gen. Colin Powell, the U.S. secretary of state, triumphantly announced, “Not only is the Cold War over, the post-Cold War period is also over.” Soon, Russian officials were promising a summit “of exceptional significance” when U.S. President George […]

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