Can the U.S.-Russian Alliance Last?

Friday, Dec. 21, 2001
Relations between the United States and Russia seem to be entering a new phase. While cooperating in the war against terrorism, the countries are still at odds over issues like the ABM Treaty and the proposed U.S. missile defense shield.

TIME's Yuri Zarakhovich spoke with Dmitry Furman, director of the Commonwealth Of Independent States Research Center at the Russian Academy's of Sciences Institute of Europe, about the prospects for continued U.S.-Russian collaboration.


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