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Mock [48 words]AlbertE.Nov 25, 2019 22:02256133
Primakov is a KGB guy [33 words]Vadim AnshelevichNov 18, 2019 16:33256044
I knew one of the participants [98 words]BorisNov 12, 2019 12:09255951
Different cultures [47 words]Peter HerzNov 1, 2019 18:14255775
1It's still the same today [149 words]Peter ChewOct 30, 2019 15:25255739
Ah, you do remember the good old days... [2 words]TRMOct 30, 2019 12:49255736
The Collapse of the soviet union [296 words]Alex BaldorOct 30, 2019 11:47255735
A society and culture of suppression, social dominance and control [120 words]RondipassOct 30, 2019 10:31255734
1Incredible how the Soviets resembled today's Islamists [172 words]DaveOct 30, 2019 10:04255733
3Disastrous Meeting [58 words]Michael CavalloOct 30, 2019 09:48255732
Seen that, done that [86 words]FredOct 30, 2019 18:44255732
1disaatrous meeting indeed [66 words]KephaNov 1, 2019 18:20255732
You ask what was the point of the exercise? [23 words]BernardNov 7, 2019 20:10255732

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