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U.S./Russia Conflict & Collaboration

It is also somewhat too soon to predict with any degree of accuracy who the major players in the developing multipolar or unipolar environment will and will not be, and which, if any, of these players will be first among equals. In spite of the difficulties being experienced the national government in Russia, a great leap of faith is required to assume that a major international political role will be denied to a country with an armed force as formidable as is that of Russia.

Given the uncertainties of the contemporary global political environment, the relationship between the two most powerful military forces on earththe United States and Russiawill likely determine the political shape of the world for years to come. Within this context, the question that must be answered concerns the degree of collaboration and conflict that may be anticipated between the United States and Russia, for the higher the level of collaboration, the lower the level of conflict, and the greater the probability of international political stability. Thus, the research question that was investigated in this study was as follows: Is there evidence of lasting and increasing collaboration between the United States and Russia in the post Cold War period? The hypothesis tested through the conduct of this study was as follows: A state of lasting and increasing collaboration by the United States and Russia in the pursuit of international political st


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