Published on Aug. 1, 2018 on The Motion: Is the West Losing in The Struggle with Russia? Although the debate is lengthy, the subject of the debate with the participant’s knowledge and presentations would certainly be worthy of viewer spending as much time as is within your frame of interest. At the start of Vladimir Putin’s presidency in 2000, Russia seemed to be taking a path out of the Cold War and towards a harmonious coexistence with the west. But from Ukraine to the UK, a newly confident Russia tests its strength and that of the existing international order. Are these the maneuvers of a resurgent superpower, or the desperate moves of a vulnerable regime? Can the West respond with sanctions and diplomacy, or is a new strategy required to face a new Russian threat?
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