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Interview with Viktor Mizin

Political analyst Viktor Mizin said that new trends in Russia's foreign policy does not mean a new Cold War. He also speculated on America's next leader.

“Some people say that probably McCain would be a disaster but I do not think this way. In the Soviet era and in the new Russia era we managed to deal even with the Republicans, even with the straight talking people. The Democrats, especially when they put their stakes on human rights, probably it could be a danger but there is another problem: for example if Obama wins or Mrs Clinton, there are themes like fight against global terrorism, like Iran or Iraq – you cannot solve them while getting bad relations with Moscow,” insisted Mizin.

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