For centuries, the Silk Road connected the West with the East: a network of walkways, paths, trails that overlap each other and reach cities whose names still evoke the glories, mysteries, adventure. For most of the 20th century, Iron Curtain has isolated these territories from the rest of the world. Was the period of the Cold War, during which the United States and the Soviet Union were busy in designing and experimentation of deadly weapons of mass destruction. In those years the Silk Road was also at the center of another deadly project: “The great plan for the transformation of...
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