International Affairs
1 January 2011 , Volume 67, Number 1

Russian policymakers have often viewed the historical narrative of their country in ways contrary to actors in the west-nowhere is this more prevalent than in the erroneous line of thinking that describes the 1990s as a decade of purposeful humiliation by the United States and European Union.

Authors

Fraser Cameron and Ron Asmus

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