30 June 1995Relations between Moscow and the West have come a long way in the last 20 years. In 1975, distrust was so strong that it was difficult to agree on minimal military confidence-building measures when negotiating the Helsinki Final Act. The West pressured the Kremlin for greater openness in military matters, but for the […]

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