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Alejandro Litovsky
By Alejandro Litovsky - Jul 20,2014
The proclamation of a new Cold War, following Russia’s annexation of Crimea, turned out to be alarmist and premature. However, it reflected the anxiety of today’s decision makers in the face of a crumbling global order.
By Alejandro Litovsky - Jan 29,2014
During the Cold War, the certainty of “mutually assured destruction” steered the nuclear arms race away from catastrophe: a would-be attacker would face immediate retaliation, inevitably ending in both sides’ annihilation. Today, a very different race is ta


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