Is Russia Becoming Our Enemy Again?

Mark Medish
TV/Radio Broadcast
Summary
Mark Medish, vice president for studies, took part in a debate sponsored by Intelligence Squared U.S. to argue that Russia is not becoming the United States' enemy again.
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Mark Medish, vice president for studies, argued against the idea that Russia is becoming the United States' enemy again in a debate sponsored by Intelligence Squared U.S.

The link to the summary and audio recording of the debate can be found on NPR's site here.

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Source http://carnegieendowment.org/2007/11/07/is-russia-becoming-our-enemy-again/862

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