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Winning the next cold war
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Sep 19, 2007
By Martin Hutchinson

It is now becoming clear that whether or not he relinquishes the presidency nominally, Vladimir Putin will remain in effective control of Russia for many years after 2008. In that event, his "spook" economic and political priorities, honed during his decades with the KGB, will doubtless rule Russian policy........[/b]

Забавно, что автор упрекает Запад в недостаточно жесткой реакции на действия, в частности, ASALA:
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Had the West in general and the United States in particular not made several serious mistakes since 2000, Putin would not be in a position even to dream of realizing his disreputable ambitions. The September 11, 2001, attacks differed only modestly in scale and not at all in kind from myriad previous terrorist attacks that had afflicted the Western world over the previous 30 years, while by chance largely sparing the United States. The Irish Republican Army (which had considerable unofficial US backing) the Basque ETA, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, the Palestine Liberation Organization, Black September, the Japanese Red Army, Libya, the FALN (Fuerzas Armadas de Liberacion Nacional of Puerto Rico), the Armenian Secret Army, the Soviet Union, the Medellin cartel and Kosovo, to make a partial list, all undertook terrorist incidents in Western countries, killing more than 10 people in each over the 30 years after 1970.

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