The Russia Disruption 3: Domestic and Foreign Policy Challenges of Dealing with Putin
April 08, 2021 - 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM MDT
 
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Moscow has been difficult for Washington dating back to Stalin’s USSR. Along with China, Putin’s Russia has emerged as the greatest challenge facing the Biden Administration. Russia's efforts to exert power and control over the countries of Catherine the Great's Imperial Russia, in what it calls its "near abroad," is intended to drive a wedge in the Atlantic alliance between the US and our European allies. Cooperation with Beijing to frustrate America's global leadership and exacerbate divisions within America by using both new technologies and established methods makes Putin's Russia every bit as much a challenge as it was during the height of the Cold War. Dr. Fiona Hill, former National Security Council and National Intelligence official will discuss the threat and what must be done to confront it.
Moderating our discussion with Dr. HiIl are Dr. Claire Sechler Merkel, who currently serves as Vice President of PCFR and Sr. Director of the McCain Institute for International Leadership at ASU; and David A. Merkel, Associate Fellow with the International Institute for Strategic Studies, who previously served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State; Director, National Security Council and Senior Professional Staff on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
 
 
 
 
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