Michael McFaul



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From Cold War to Hot Peace:...

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Russia's Unfinished Revolution

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Advancing Democracy Abroad:...

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Between Dictatorship and De...

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“To win reelection, Medvedev had to win one vote: Putin’s. To win that vote, Medvedev above all else had to demonstrate his unique abilities to work with Obama to achieve results that were good for Russia. We had just handed the Russian president a defeat at the very moment when Medvedev believed Putin was deciding his fate. It played into the narrative of Medvedev’s critics back home that he was weak and susceptible to being pushed around by the Americans. The momentum for missile-defense”
Michael McFaul, From Cold War to Hot Peace: An American Ambassador in Putin's Russia

“Minister Lavrov, he said, well, you know, we don’t like it when you have so many NGOs coming to Russia. And I said, well, send Russian NGOs to the United States. [Laughter.] We’ll be happy to have them. And I really mean that. I think the more exchange and the more . . . cross-fertilization the better.”
Michael McFaul, From Cold War to Hot Peace: An American Ambassador in Putin's Russia

“I also believed that the Snowden affair marked the end of one of the most confrontational periods in U.S.-Russian history. I thought then that we had hit the bottom and therefore there was nowhere to go but up, though it would take years to climb out of the hole we were in. I was wrong. Things could, and did, get worse.”
Michael McFaul, From Cold War to Hot Peace: An American Ambassador in Putin's Russia

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