Rather than preserving Cold War-era divisions, the nations of greater Europe have a chance to forge a new peace. Graham Allison, Karl Kaiser, and Sergei Karaganov make the case for creating a common-wealth of democracies that would integrate Russia, engage China, and stabilize Central Asia

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