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Russian Foreign Policy, U.S. Elections and the Future of U.S.-Russia Relations
October 13, 2016 @ 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm
Relations between the United States and Russia today are as acrimonious and adversarial as any time since the late Cold War in the 1980s. The domestic political climate in each country and its citizens’ views of the other are also more negative than any time since the end of the Cold War. Differences between Washington and Moscow over the future of Ukraine and the conflict in Syria have dominated much reporting and analysis of the bilateral relationship for the past two years, and Russia has become a very high profile issue in the current U.S. Presidential campaign. Two of Russia’s most experienced analysts of U.S. foreign policy and domestic politics, Dr. Sergey Rogov and Dr. Valery Garbuzov will share their insights on the goals of Russian foreign policy and the future of U.S.-Russia relations.
Dr. Sergey Rogov, Academic Director, ISKRAN and Dr. Valery Garbuzov, Director, ISKRAN Moderated by Dr. Andrew Kuchins, Senior Fellow
Light refreshments will be served.