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Distant Friends: The Evolution of United States-Russian Relations, 1763-1867

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We began as friends. Then followed nearly a century of suspicion and hostility. Now, thanks to glasnost and a thaw in the Cold War, relations between the United States and the Soviet Union have nearly come full circle--we're almost friends again.
In the initial volume of a three-volume series, historian Norman Saul presents the first comprehensive survey of early Russian-A
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Hardcover, 460 pages
Published April 30th 1991 by University Press of Kansas
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