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U.S.-Russian Relations: Is Conflict Inevitable?

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Publication Date: June 2007

Publisher(s): Hudson Institute

Funder(s): Smith Richardson Foundation

Funder(s): Smith Richardson Foundation

Topic: Government (Foreign relations)

Type: Report

Coverage: Russia (Federation)


The purpose of the Hudson Study Group on U.S. – Russia relations was to identify some of the core issues in U.S. – Russia relations and to make recommendations on ways to prevent their further deterioration. The participants in this study group are Russian and American political writers and scholars with long experience in U.S. – Russian relations. They met on March 26-27, 2007 in Washington, D.C.
This report is divided into three sections: a joint statement with recommendations for U.S. policy signed by four members of the group, an edited transcript of the discussion of U.S. – Russian relations by the members of the group on March 27, and four separate papers.