Will there be rapprochement between Russia and West?

Terrorist attacks in Paris and the plane crash over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula might provide a turning point in Russia's relations with the West, allowing Moscow to break out of international isolation. Major Western powers might have to adopt a more lenient tone when talking to Russia in order to have Moscow contribute to fighting international terrorism, says Laurynas Kasčiūnas, analyst at the Eastern Europe Studies Centre.
Vladimir Putin and François Hollande
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