This year represents another pivotal moment in the complicated history of U.S.-Russia relations since the end of the Cold War. A relationship that was once shaped by cooperation is now increasingly driven by competition and conflict. What are the prospects for the future of the relationship on key issues such as nuclear arms control, nonproliferation, regional security, and the Arctic under a Biden administration?
On Wednesday, December 2, the Foreign Policy program at the Brookings Institution hosted Ambassador Anatoly Antonov for a conversation on these issues with Senior Fellows Frank Rose and Angela Stent.
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Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the United States
Former Brookings Expert
Principal Deputy Administrator for National Nuclear Security - United States Department of Energy
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