(Carnegie Corporation of New York)—With relations between the United States and Russia complicated by issues ranging from Syria and Iran, to the recent Edward Snowden affair as well as differences on arms control, civil liberties, and trade, Carnegie Corporation of New York, as part of their Perspectives on International Peace and Security series, asked 30 leading experts on U.S.–Russia relations to comment on two critical questions:
• Why does the U.S.–Russia relationship matter at this time?
• What can and should both countries do to “fix” the relationship?
Explore the answers to these questions at:
Perspectives on International Peace and Security series
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Articles in this series by PONARS Eurasia members:
Setting expectations right, Mikhail Troitskiy
Potential payoff is worth continued effort , Cory Welt
Internal agendas and the image of the Other, Ivan Kurilla
The Short Term vs the Long Term, Joshua A. Tucker
Russia is not the Soviet Union, Samuel Charap
The interests of the two nations intersect, Kimberly Marten
A good question for Putin, Mark Kramer
Engagement is much more promising than isolation, Henry Hale
Common interests, future benefits, Dmitry Gorenburg