Why Should Russia and the United States Be Enemies When They Have a 240-Year History of International Friendship and Support?

Jeremy Kuzmarov U.S. and Soviet troops embrace on the Elbe River on April 25, 1945, to celebrate their defeat of Naziism. [Source: history.com] April 25 marked the 77th anniversary of the “Oath of the Elbe,” when U.S. and Russian soldiers embraced in a historic meeting on the Elbe River in Torgau, Germany, to mark the final … Continue reading Why Should Russia and the United States Be Enemies When They Have a 240-Year History of International Friendship and Support?