Deputy Director, Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies, National Research University – High School of Economics, Russia
Managing Director, Kissinger Associates
Head of Program for Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia; Robert Bosch Center for Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia; German Council on Foreign Relations
Former US Ambassador to the EU
No ‘reset 2.0’ or ‘Grand Bargain’ seems likely. Moreover, Russia has lost the monopoly in geopolitical unpredictability that had allowed it to take the initiative and to reject international rules.
- What are the prospects now for US-Russia relations?
- Which areas for cooperation are still open: where will the benefits flow?
- Who will pay the costs?