Wednesday, May 12, 2021
11:00am - 12:00pm (ET)
Meeting to be held virtually via Zoom
Robert Bosch Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Former Senior Director for European and Russian Affairs, National Security Council
Ambassador John Tefft
Senior Fellow, RAND Corporation
Former US Ambassador to the Russian Federation
Thomas E. Graham
Distinguished Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Former Senior Director for Russia, National Security Council
The relationship between Moscow and Washington continues to decay. From misinformation campaigns, to electoral interference, to new (and renewed) sanctions regimes, a path toward more amicable relations simply does not seem near at hand. In the context of a new US Administration, and shifting geopolitics, where can US-Russia relations go from here? Join the NCAFP and a high-level panel of experts as they explore this question and many more on the state of current and future relations between Moscow and Washington.
The event will be conducted via the video conferencing platform Zoom, which works on PC, Mac, or mobile devices. You do not need to create an account to use it. Guests will have the option to join the meeting through the Zoom application, or by calling in by phone.
In order to streamline the Q&A portion of the conversation, all guests will have their video feeds disabled. We ask that guests submit all questions through the Q&A function. If you don't wish to use this function, or will join by phone, please submit questions in advance or real time to [email protected] .
This event is open to NCAFP Members and the public.
Please register through the link above or by emailing [email protected]