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Conflicting Strategies?

Richard Weitz

The U.S. – Russian relationship has been traditionally adversarial. Yet despite their rocky relationship, the two sides have managed to cooperate on occasion. How effective are the U.S. and Russian strategies at achieving their foreign goals and what is it about them that often brings these powers into confrontation? Oksana is joined by Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, to analyse these issues.

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