U.S.–Russia Relations: Worse than the Cold War?
Chilly relations between the U.S. and Russia have been a hot topic for some time now. And any expectation that the election of Donald Trump would lead to some sort of reboot between the White House and Kremlin has been replaced by pessimism. In fact, the question now seems to be whether or not U.S.-Russia relations are at an all-time low and even worse now than during the Cold War. Kennan Institute Fellow Igor Zevelev provides analysis in this edition of Wilson Center NOW.
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