The country's enmity toward America has long been the lifeblood of Russian politics. As the incoming administration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump moves to embrace Russia and question the West's assumptions about NATO, Russia's diplomatic environment has started to change. In the new strategic environment that is emerging, who will their next enemy be?
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Despite their stark differences, Africa and Latin America face many of the same challenges, including a history of dictatorship.
The incoming U.S. administration could easily reverse the policy changes that the current president made.
Long-term trends tend to quietly build over decades and then noisily surface as the politics catch up. Such is the case for 2017.
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