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Only In Print: Talk of New Cold War Heating Up

This flower shop in Brighton Beach is one of many businesses in the neighborhood showing their support for Ukraine. Brighton Beach is an enclave of immigrants from Russia, Ukraine, and other Eastern European countries. It has been dubbed “Little Odesa” in honor of the city in Ukraine. (Photo: Bill Miller)

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BRIGHTON BEACH — A new Cold War is emerging since Russian troops invaded Ukraine last month. The U.S. and Russia are exchanging tough rhetoric over the month-long war in Ukraine. 

And given the nuclear capability being developed by Iran and North Korea, a new cold war could look very different…

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