Ed Lozansky: Is this what George H.W. Bush envisioned?

As the nation laid to rest President George H.W. Bush, little attention was given to what perhaps were his most perceptive observations. One of them was made in 1989, when the USSR was being opened up by Mikhail Gorbachev’s reforms and his abandonment of communist expansionist ideology. Bush noted favorably the idea of joining Moscow in a new security architecture from Vancouver to Vladivostok.

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