The New Agenda: The Search for Stability in U.S.–Russia Relations

Thursday, March 22, 2018
5:30pm - 6:30pm
The Library at The Italian Academy, 3rd Floor (1161 Amsterdam Ave, south of 118th St)

Please join us for a one-hour conversation with two leading thinkers in U.S. and Russian foreign affairs, Gideon Rose of Foreign Affairs and Fyodor Lukyanov of Russia in Global Affairs. In the current politically fraught environment, these editors of their respective nations’ leading foreign policy journals will explore what seems to make the U.S. and Russia predestined to clash, the current dynamics causing friction between them, and prospects for putting the relationship on a less dangerous trajectory. The conversation will be moderated by William Ury, founder of the Harvard Negotiations Project, and author of Getting Past Yes and other best-selling books on conflict mediation.

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The session will be produced by the award-winning documentarians Michael Moran and MediaStorm, with philanthropic support from Carnegie Corporation of New York. Because the session is being recorded, we request that there be no flash photography.

Co-Sponsors Include:

Carnegie Corporation of New York
The Harriman Institute, Columbia University
Foreign Affairs
Russia in Global Affairs