The NATO airstrikes in Yugoslavia have added new tensions to the relationship between Russia the U.S. A panel talks about U.S.-Russia relations and how the conflict in Kosovo, economic troubles, and other factors are affecting Russia’s internal stability and its global standing in the long term.

Guests

  • Dimitri Simes President, The Nixon Center
  • Peter Reddaway Professor emeritus of political science at George Washington University and author of works on the Soviet dissident movement and Russian politics.
  • Angela Stent Professor of government and director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies at Georgetown University
  • Ariel Cohen Research fellow at the Heritage Foundation

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