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US-Russia, from Yalta to Gorbachev’s fireplace: the history of the summits

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LONDON – That time Brezhnev narrowly killed Nixon and himself, driving like a madman on the streets of Camp David. That time Reagan warmed up his relationship with Gorbachev, thanks to a not entirely improvised conversation in front of a crackling fireplace. That time when Yeltsin didn’t even get off the plane, because he was dead drunk and no one dared to wake him up.

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