Trust, but verify is a form of advice given which recommends that while a source
of information ... She taught him the Russian proverb, "Доверяй, н...
Mar 11, 2016 ... “Trust, but verify” entered American usage when Reagan's adviser on Russian
affairs, Suzanne Massie, was preparing the president for talks ...
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Mar 7, 2008 ... Gil Su Kim1 year ago. +benneb1000 Trust but verify in Russian. ;) ... The phrase
was originated by Russian leader Vladimir Lenin. Read more.
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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 ...
Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Suzanne Massie has been involved in many
aspects of study and work in the Soviet Union/Russia for 38 years.
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 ...
Dec 30, 2006 ... “Doveryai, no proveryai,” became Reagan's watchwords for the relationship with
the Soviet leader. Trust, but verify. Possibly the only Russian ...
Mertvago, P. (1996). The comparative russian-english dictionary of russian
proverbs & sayings. ... English equivalent: Laws catch flies but let hornets go free.
Владимир ...... English equivalent: Trust in God, but lock your car. Compare: Бо́гу
To transcend this quagmire, Reagan employed the strategy “Trust, but Verify,”
one of his ... Presenting this maxim as a translation of a Russian proverb, Reagan