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Russia is quiet during the meetings. He has been for quite some time now. What feels like years almost.
And it has been. Four to be exact.
America feels as if he's the only one who's noticed the change. He's not entirely sure why it's only him, but has a feeling it might have something do to with the fact that him and Russia had been something of bitter enemies for the better part of the current century. Then suddenly, after the Berlin Wall fell, the borders in Hungary were cut down, and over all the Soviet Union collapsed Russia just seemed to stop talking.
Of course, at first that wasn't true. America distinctly remembered a particular day when Russia tried to initiate a conversation with his sister, Ukraine. The poor woman looked so frightened and terrified of her ownbrother. She hardly stammered out an excuse for not wanting to talk with him before she took off, leaving Russia standing there looking confused and, quite honestly, hurt. America didn't nee