19 March 2003 With the United States poised to attack Iraq, the policy-making elite in Russia is grappling with a dilemma posed by the Bush administration’s unilateralist foreign policy. While most in Moscow believe that an Iraq war will seriously damage Russian interests, a split is developing over how Russia should respond to the imminent […]

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