By Hernando Calvo Ospina
(Opinion) Weapons were still smoking in Europe destroyed by the Second World War; the Soviet Red Army was beginning its return home after confronting, pursuing, and crushing the Hitlerite troops even in Berlin itself; already another terrible danger for humanity was starting to emanate from Washington.
His army had only entered the war when the red flag, with the hammer and sickle, was beginning to float in the liberated concentration camps.
Washington had seen Soviet courage and momentum in the war and now saw that ideological enemy rising from the rubble. So he could waste no . . .