President Bush has ordered a review of US policy towards Russia. Policy makers should recall that Russian leaders are engaged in an orchestrated political offensive against the US. Russians repeatedly complain that the US ignores Russia or doesn’t treat it as an equal, doesn’t provide it aid, trespasses into its sphere of influence, is reviving the Cold War and is launching wars using the pretext of terrorism – while interfering in Russia by criticizing Putin’s dictatorship. At Munich, Putin indicts the U.S. for “overstepping” every legal, political, economic, military, and moral “border” – and many European leaders agree.The Russian Foreign Minister accuses the U.S. of proliferating weapons and acting as a global hegemon. The head Russian general condemns basing of U.S. anti-ballistic missile radars in Poland and the Czech Republic and threatens Europe with the redeployment of intermediate-range nuclear missiles, and the German Government cowers. The head of Moscow’s USA Institute echoes his Kremlin masters, yet bemoans the lack of a US-Russian partnership.