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What did you love best about The Plot to Scapegoat Russia?
An excellent analysis of “Russiagate” from a sadly underrepresented perspective. Kovalik looks the history of U.S. Russian relations from the Cold War to the present and how they have led to our current self destructive policies. His knowledge of the subject matter is extensive, but the book is written in an engaging conversational style that is never dry or dull. Probably my favorite book of 2017. Highly recommended!
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Intelligent work, clearly shining a light on our own foreign policy misadventures and comparing them to Russia's modest foray into international affairs, which almost invariably have Russia's territorial integrity at the root of said foray. Ours, by comparison is nearly always motivated by financial gain, no matter the impact on the recipient of our 'beneficence', whether that beneficence take the form of political meddling or bombs. Both parties are held culpable and to account, and both attempt to blame Russia for their individual failings, and to bolster military spending. None of this failed to leave me incensed. Worth the time and money.
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