Is There a Sound U.S. Policy towards Russia?
Four U.S. administrations have held office since the collapse of communism and the USSR. Edward Lozansky, President and Founder, American University in Moscow, contends that not a single one has developed a truly sound Russia policy, but argues that it is important to do so: “During difficult and dangerous times it is better to have Russia on our side of the barricades.” What changes would be needed to edge the United States toward a truly productive relationship with Russia?
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