A critical examination of U.S. policy misfires in dealing with Russia and its intentions and capabilities over the past several decades is long overdue.
- Eugene Rumer and Richard Sokolsky
Three factors largely account for this problem.
All of them continue to affect contemporary policymakers’ approach to a deeply troubled relationship with Moscow.
By unpacking the analytical assumptions that underlie these misconceptions, President Joe Biden’s administration and other important policy players will be better equipped to…