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5 . Why was the launch of Sputnik I in 1957 so significant? What did its launch mean for Americans?

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China's Defense Ministry spokesman Geng Yansheng, [36] The Diplomat editor Shannon Tiezzi, [37] and The Guardian columnist Simon Tisdall [38] used the term to refer to tensions between China and Japan . China's state-run newspaper Global Times says that China and Japan "are stuck in a state of 'cold peace' and [m]ust avoid sliding into a cold war." [39]

Magnitsky’s mother also has described her son as an accountant, although telling Nekrasov in the documentary “he wasn’t just an accountant; he was interested in lots of things.” In the film, the “lawyer” claim is also disputed by a female co-worker who knew Magnitsky well. “He wasn’t a lawyer,” she said.

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Magnitsky’s mother also has described her son as an accountant, although telling Nekrasov in the documentary “he wasn’t just an accountant; he was interested in lots of things.” In the film, the “lawyer” claim is also disputed by a female co-worker who knew Magnitsky well. “He wasn’t a lawyer,” she said.

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China's Defense Ministry spokesman Geng Yansheng, [36] The Diplomat editor Shannon Tiezzi, [37] and The Guardian columnist Simon Tisdall [38] used the term to refer to tensions between China and Japan . China's state-run newspaper Global Times says that China and Japan "are stuck in a state of 'cold peace' and [m]ust avoid sliding into a cold war." [39]

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Magnitsky’s mother also has described her son as an accountant, although telling Nekrasov in the documentary “he wasn’t just an accountant; he was interested in lots of things.” In the film, the “lawyer” claim is also disputed by a female co-worker who knew Magnitsky well. “He wasn’t a lawyer,” she said.

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China's Defense Ministry spokesman Geng Yansheng, [36] The Diplomat editor Shannon Tiezzi, [37] and The Guardian columnist Simon Tisdall [38] used the term to refer to tensions between China and Japan . China's state-run newspaper Global Times says that China and Japan "are stuck in a state of 'cold peace' and [m]ust avoid sliding into a cold war." [39]

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