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MOSCOW – The escalating tension between Russia and Ukraine begs the question of what went wrong. The Cold War ended with such fanfare three decades ago that many people assumed the world would become a better place, at least in terms of geostrategic stability, and many diplomats have been deeply disappointed by the latest developments.
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev’s interpreter Pavel Palazhchenko is one of them.
He lived through the historic moments leading to the end of the Cold War, side by side with American and Soviet leaders, carefully relaying their messages. Palazhchenko told Fox News he hoped that all wouldn’t be lost, and that its spirit and lessons could come to mind in this time of crisis. While he admitted much of the…
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