Trust, but verify is a translation of a Russian proverb, which became well known
when used by President Ronald Reagan in the context of nuclear disarmament.
Mar 11, 2016 ... “Trust, but verify” entered American usage when Reagan's adviser on Russian
affairs, Suzanne Massie, was preparing the president for talks ...
The quote, “trust, but verify,” is actually an old Russian proverb that President
Ronald Reagan used during arms control negotiations with Russian President ...
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Russian proverb "doveryai, no proveryai" (Russian: Доверяй, ...
The phrase "Trust but verify" was made famous by Ronald Reagan in December
1987 after the signing of the INF Treaty with Mikhail Gorbachev. The Russian ...
Mar 7, 2014 ... In 1984, Russian historian Suzanne Massie got a call she'll never forget.
President Ronald Reagan invited her to the White House to brief him ...
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“Doveryai, no proveryai,” became Reagan's watchwords for the relationship with
the Soviet leader. Trust, but verify. Possibly the only Russian ...
What that proverb can imply. 1) Trust has it's limits. If your company works with
another one, and they say they can't pay in time, but will pay in 2-3 month time.