U.S. Foreign Policy with Russia
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This paper explains the foreign policy of the U.S. since the end of the Cold War with Russia. The paper looks at how Clinton and Yeltsin formed their relationship at the beginning and the attitudes taken by the U.S. government at the beginning in an effort to integrate Russia into the Western world. The paper then explores the cooperation between Russia and the U.S. in creating an undivided Europe.
From the Paper:"The U.S. original intention was that they would aid Russia in integrating itself into the Western-based international system. As believed, this integration would reap two positive effects. The international system would offer not only financial, but political and security resources as incentives to Russia for reform and transition towards a market and democratic government. In addition, United States could profit from this integration by being a considerable influence in their societal and economic interests. Russia's national and security interests could be shaped in such a way that would form common interests with western countries."
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