As the United States and Russia enter the second post-Soviet decade, what challenges lie ahead for this critical diplomatic, military and political relationship? Are the two sides headed for increased tensions over NATO expansion, and President Bush's proposed national missile defense?
Or will the relationship between Washington and Moscow be determined by something more basic, such as the way each country perceives it is treated by the other?
Today's Dateline will address these issues as they affect the U.S. and Russia in the "Post-Soviet Decade." Here's Neal Lavon.
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