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US-Russian Relations: Towards The Eurasia Pivot

T. E. Graham & D. Trenin, Kiss. Assoc. & CC Moscow | December 14, 2012

Cooperation between the US and Russia in international affairs still suffers from mutual distrust. ++ An improvement demands the willingness to shape a longer-term strategy addressing contemporary global challenges. ++ American and Russian interests do not necessarily collide. ++ A common agenda can be possible when it comes to the rise of China, energy cooperation or combating terrorism and extremism. ++ Despite the difficulties in fostering a trustful bilateral partnership, the potential benefits are worth setting the re-reset button.

 

 
 
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