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The Post-Cold War European Security Order Is Gone: What Will Replace It? (William Hill, Valdai Discussion Club)

Thirty years have passed since the end of the Cold War. The fall of the Berlin Wall, the end of the armed standoff between East and West in Europe, and the collapse of the Soviet Union brought high hopes. The new post-Cold War political and security order envisioned a Euro-Atlantic community whole and free, from Vancouver to Vladivostok. Russia, the United States, and the major European powers would all be part of an integrated order with shared values.

The Post-Cold War European Security Order Is Gone: What Will Replace It? — Valdai Club