MOSCOW Russian demands that the U.N. rule on the legality of the U.S.-led military operation in Iraq and Washington's accusation that Moscow is supplying jamming equipment to Baghdad have fueled tensions reminiscent of the Cold War."The fact that the American accusations were made public signifies the end of the honeymoon," Dmitry Trenin, of the Moscow Carnegie Center, said in reference to the warm relations established by the Russian and U.S. presidents, Vladimir Putin and George W. Bush, in the past two years.U.S. officials and media have been stunned at the strong line taken by Moscow op...
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