What are the most critical presidential speeches in the history of Washington/Moscow relations? [closed]
What were the most frictional leader speeches in the history of Washington/Moscow relations? Did previous crises involving Khrushchev, Roosevelt, Kennedy, Kissinger, result in a colorful war of words in the press?
What are the previous parallels in diplomatic wars of words to Joe Biden candidly calling Putin "a killer / butcher?".
(I humbly favor a psychologist view of the emotional investment in intra-national crises: that the current violence is a hostage crisis numbering 10 million, whereby agitating the killer is not in the interest of the hostages).