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Strategic Studies Quarterly â™¢ 10th Anniversary 2007â€“2017.n A little over 10 years ago, Nuclear Weapons and Arms Control Debates, ed. Theo, Ernst Stahmann, Technical Committee, Germany. Monthly International Publication: International Strategy, CAIRO, Muhammad Ashour, ISI, Mubarak, Egypt. Weekly international strategic survey â™¦ NATO, Russia and others. Quarterly survey, France. March 2007. Finance, France, Luxembourg. May 2007. International Relations, USA, Spain, Turkey. October 2007. Diplomacy, France and Russia. February 2007. Planned periodicity. Annual international political and strategic scientific and analytical publication. ANNUAL MINUTE INTERVIEWâ™¢ Pasnett’s International Strategy â€“ PASJOD. Dates in the 2007â€“2014. The International Strategic Journal. Pasewood. Popular annual magazine on international relations.
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Historical review. Since the emergence of the main actors of the Cold War, there have been two opposing strategies for the behavior of the United States and Russia in modern conditions. One of them is a weakening strategy: the United States contributed in every possible way to the collapse of the Soviet Union, and when this failed, they began to support and finance its opponents. Another is the strategy of strengthening: the United States helped the leaders of the post-Soviet states and their allies to consolidate their forces and capabilities to resist aggression, as well as to fight a common enemy. The history of the Cold War is replete with examples of different strategies, but the most influential is the strategy of easing. As the collapse of the Soviet Union became inevitable and new conflicts between regional states became inevitable, the United States tried to use the situation to strengthen itself and fight for leadership. This strategy has been called the easing strategy as opposed to the strengthening strategy. Read about the main stages of the history of the Cold War in the book « The Cold War – the history of the confrontation between the USSR and the USA. »