I prefer the old font.
To my mind, the "Cold War" was
the 3rd World War,
in that the communists were trying to enslave the entire world
for ideological purposes. From the beginning, according to Marx,
communism was a system of world government.
As it stands now, Putin is a de facto
Czar of Russia;
i.e., I do not expect that he 'd endeavor to re-introduce the unlimited degree
of slavery of body and of mind that communism contemplated
( best demonstrated in the Red Chinese during the Korean War, and in the North Koreans).
Some degree of Russian expansion of territory can be accomplished without
the old communist obsessive insistence upon enslaving the entire world.
I do not believe that in the foreseeable future, the Russians will plunge
into any great imperialism.
As an aside, Putin blew my mind a few years ago,
interviewed on 60 Minutes
when he wished all American families
a very happy Thanksgiving, in the most beautiful
American English I ever heard !
If I had run into him and had a conversation in the street,
it woud never have occurred to me that he had not been born here.
I thereafter remembered that he had been an officer in the KGB.