When Mikhail Gorbachev and George H.W. Bush met at the Malta Summit, U.S.-Soviet relations became infinitely more cooperative as the Cold War was put to an end. Bush and Gorbachev began to concern themselves with remedying the relationship between the East and the West through policymaking and mutual respect. The Cold War was declared obsolete by the end of this summit, and relations between what would soon become Russia, and the United States, benefited all the more for this Cold War resolve.
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