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At the beginning of the Obama Administration, and in the wake of the Russia-Georgia War of 2008, Secretary of State Hiliary Clinton initiated a much-publicized reset of U.S.-Russia relations. Subsequent conflicts over Ukraine and Syria and the further deterioration in U.S.-Russia relations suggest that the approach failed to address fundamental sources of tension in the relationship.
Now, with President Trump and his close advisors potentially indicating a willingness to re-engage with Russia and to even abandon certain long-standing U.S. positions, the question of a possible Trump-Putin “reset”, its parameters and significance, have once again become a central foreign policy issue.
Speakers will address the issue of why reconfiguring U.S.-Russia relations has proven so difficult and why efforts to improve U.S.-Russia relations in the past, including the “reset” under the Obama administration, have unravelled.
Featuring Stephen Kotkin (Princeton), Daniel Nexon (Georgetown) and Yuval Weber (Harvard University; Davis Center; HSE).