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How US-Russian relations fractured in the 1990s

Mary Sarotte reveals how US and Russian leaders squandered the opportunity to forge a lasting partnership at the dawn of the 1990s

Published: December 8, 2021 at 12:11 pm
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Mary Sarotte tells Spencer Mizen about her new book Not One Inch, which reveals how diplomatic missteps after the fall of the Berlin Wall soured US-Russian relations and fuelled the rise of Vladimir Putin.

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Mary Sarotte is the author of Not One Inch: America, Russia and the Making of Post-Cold War Stalemate (Yale University Press, 2022)

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Spencer MizenProduction Editor, BBC History Magazine

Spencer is production editor of BBC History Magazine

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