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Analysis | Jun 18, 2021
Both countries recognize that their relations are competitive, and even adversarial, but that direct confrontation benefits no one (except maybe China).
Event | Jun 22, 2021
Join Russia Matters and the Belfer Center's Cyber Project for a seminar on U.S.-Russian points of contention and cooperation in the cyber domain.
Digest | Jun 17, 2021
At historic Geneva summit, the US and Russian presidents agreed to resume talks on key security issues, to take steps toward improving diplomatic ties, and reaffirmed the key principle that “a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought.” Read about this and more in our weekly news digest.
Post | Jun 16, 2021
When asked which countries they found to be least friendly, the majority of Russians pointed to the United States, while beleaguered Belarus was broadly seen as the country's friendliest ally.
Analysis | Jun 15, 2021
Thomas Graham, Nikolas Gvosdev, Paul Kolbe, Olga Oliker and Angela Stent share their thoughts on stabilizing the U.S.-Russian relationship, low-hanging fruit, concrete steps and what can go wrong.
Analysis | Jun 14, 2021
As America grapples with renewed great-power competition, what are its vital national interests and how does/can Russia impact them? These five primers offer answers.
Digest | Jun 14, 2021
Summit commentators propose steps toward greater predictability and stability in U.S.-Russia ties; cyber authors say a binding cyber treaty isn’t possible but other measures are needed; this and more in this week’s analytical digest.
Post | Jun 11, 2021
The number of Russians considering relocating abroad has hit recent highs the likes of which haven't been seen in a decade, according to a new Levada Center poll.
Digest | Jun 11, 2021
RF Envoy to PRC says Russia closer to China when asked which side it’d take in US-PRC war; Moscow denounces US-RF memorandum on free movement of diplomats; US is RF’s 4th largest trading partner outside FSU; and more in our weekly news digest.
Event | Jun 14, 2021
Join the Harriman Institute at Columbia University and the New York University Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia for a discussion on the implications the Ryanair incident for US and EU relations with Belarus and Moscow.