August 3, 2015


Analysis

Shevardnadze’s warnings about Russian aims went unheeded

'He made a serious contribution to the foreign policy of perestroika, and was a sincere supporter of the new thinking in world affairs,' former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbechev said of the late Eduard Shevardnadze, seen here in September 2010.

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'He made a serious contribution to the foreign policy of perestroika, and was a sincere supporter of the new thinking in world affairs,' former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbechev said of the late Eduard Shevardnadze, seen here in September 2010.

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