Join us for a meeting of the New York-Russia Public Policy Forum, co-hosted by the Harriman Institute at Columbia University, the New York University Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia, and PONARS-Eurasia.
In the wake of the US presidential election, please join us for a discussion involving academic and policy perspectives from the US, Russia, and Europe on the future of the bilateral relationship. Is the US election a genuine potential turning point and what priority will the upcoming administration give to relations with Russia? If relations cannot be fully “reset,” then how can they best be managed and what are the main interests of both sides? What are the enduring mutual (mis)perceptions and frames that limit the ability to conduct dialogue and nurture mutual resentment? Is the bilateral relationship still important to the changing international world order, or has it been bypassed by other forms of great power competition and transnational dynamics?
Friday, November 6, 2020
10:00 am EST
This event will be held virtually as a Zoom webinar and streamed via YouTube Live. There will be no in-person event.
Register here for the Zoom webinar, or tune in on YouTube Live.
Samuel Greene, reader in Russian politics and Director of the Russia Institute at King’s College London
Andrey Kortunov, Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC)
Nicu Popescu, Director of the Wider Europe programme at the European Council on Foreign Relations
Maria Snegovaya, Visiting Scholar at George Washington University; postdoctoral scholar at the PPE program at Virginia Tech
Victoria Zhuravleva, head of the Center for North American Studies at the Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO)
Alexander Cooley, Director of the Harriman Institute, Columbia University
Joshua Tucker, Director of the Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia, New York University
Marlene Laruelle, Director, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (IERES); Co-Director, PONARS-Eurasia; Director, Central Asia Program, George Washington University