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Can the Reykjavik Meeting Really Improve U.S.-Russia Ties?

A temporary breathing space does not portend a major shift in the relationship

The real question is whether Biden and Putin are prepared to bargain.

  • Nikolas K. Gvosdev
  • The National Interest

Here we go again.

The pattern is now well-established. U.S.-Russia relations worsen in the course of a presidential administration, and by the end of an occupant’s tenure in the White House, the pundits declare that the…

Both sides develop their well-worn list of talking points about the transgressions and misdeeds of the other.

A new U.S. president promises that he won’t take the same steps as his predecessor in dealing with the Kremlin, and even takes some actions designed to show the…

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