Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts New Dawn: Russia and the West after the US Presidential Elections

New Dawn: Russia and the West after the US Presidential Elections

Date : Thu., November 03, 2016 9:00 am to 2:15 pm Category : FPRI in D.C.

Cosponsored by:

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) 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. 

 

Topics and Speakers

Welcoming Remarks and Introduction

The Russian Factor in the US Presidential Elections

John R. Haines

FPRI

Miriam Elder

Buzz Feed News

Michael C. Desch

University of Notre Dame

Mitchell Orenstein

Moderator

FPRI and the University of Pennsylvania

Steven Lee Meyers

New York Times

Sanctions Regime: Should it be Maintained?

David Kramer

The McCain Institute for International Leadership

Sergey Aleksashenko

Brookings Institution

Emma Ashford

CATO Institute

Elizabeth Rosenberg

Center for New American Security

Daniel Hamilton

Moderator

Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies Johns Hopkins University

Keynote Speech on Russia Policy

Gen. Philip Breedlove

Former Supreme Allied Commander Europe, NATO

Former Commander, U.S. European Command

Alina Polyakova

Atlantic Council

US Russia Policy for the 45th President: Containment, Restraint, or Engagement?

Amb. John Herbst

Atlantic Council

Judy Ansley

United States Institute of Peace

Evelyn Farkas

Atlantic Council

William Ruger

Charles Koch Institute

Adrian A. Basora

Moderator

FPRI

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1030 15th Street NW 12th Floor (West Tower Elevator) DC Washington 20005

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