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A nation must think before it acts.
Date : Thu., November 03, 2016 9:00 am to 2:15 pm Category : FPRI in D.C.
The Foreign Policy Research Institute
The Atlantic Council
The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
The Charles Koch Institute
Russian President Vladimir Putin (Photo Credit: RIA Novosti)
This conference comes at what may prove to be a turning point in US-Russia relations. With the ongoing conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, the rise of far-right political parties in Europe and their ideological affiliation with the Kremlin, and alleged Russian interference in the US presidential election, the next US president will need a clear and definitive strategy for addressing Putin’s Russia. The Foreign Policy Research Institute and its partners – The Atlantic Council, The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, and The Charles Koch Institute – will convene the top experts in the field to discuss these challenges and to make recommendations on what the next administration should prioritize in their Russia policy.
We hope you will join us for this timely and important conference.
This event is open to press and on the record. Follow along on Twitter at #RussiaFactor.
Please click here to register for the event.
Buzz Feed NewsMichael C. Desch
University of Notre DameMitchell Orenstein
FPRI and the University of PennsylvaniaSteven Lee Meyers
New York Times
The McCain Institute for International LeadershipSergey Aleksashenko
Brookings InstitutionEmma Ashford
CATO InstituteElizabeth Rosenberg
Center for New American SecurityDaniel Hamilton
Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies Johns Hopkins University
Former Supreme Allied Commander Europe, NATO
Former Commander, U.S. European CommandAlina Polyakova
Atlantic CouncilJudy Ansley
United States Institute of PeaceEvelyn Farkas
Atlantic CouncilWilliam Ruger
Charles Koch InstituteAdrian A. Basora
New Dawn: Russia and the West after the US Presidential Elections
The Atlantic Council