Delo on Latest Developments in Russian-American Relations

Ljubljana, 24 March - The Cold War was never over, it was only the talk that changed. With the election of Vladimir Putin and George W. Bush the chaos was finally settled. Putin is a former chief of the KGB, while Bush's political example is a "warrior" from the Cold War - Ronald Reagan. After taking up the post, the first immediately began to restructure the intelligence functions of the country and lay the ground for more decisive imperial policies. The latter quickly announced that he will close the flow of money to the Russian economy, while he ordered the complete restructuring of the Cold War and is preparing to call off agreements on the development of anti-missile systems, writes the daily Delo on Saturday.

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