Project: Russia and the US: Problems in Bilateral Relations, Regional and Global Challenges

Aim of the project — elaboration of joint recommendations from Russian and American experts for relevant ministerial departments on the development of Russia-US dialogue in the areas of strategic stability, trade and economy, the fight against terrorism, cyber threats as well as a number of other areas.



The project is a part of the "Russia and Euro-Atlantic" Program.

RIAC Reports (1)

RIAC Working Papers (1)

RIAC Policy Briefs (1)

Analytics (95)

Interview (4)

Comments (33)

Igor Ivanov

President of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (1998–2004)

Ratchet down military tensions to avoid a conflict neither side wants nor can afford
Sergei Kislyak

Member of the Council of the Federation, RIAC member

Commemorating WWII Feats Important Amid Attempts to Rewrite History

Writer's block (5)

Roman Mayka

Program Assistant at the Russian International Affairs Council

Where Does Foreign Agent Begin?
Ilya Kravchenko

PhD in political science, RIAC expert

National Security According to Trump
Ilya Kravchenko

PhD in political science, RIAC expert

"The Emperor of Twitter" in the White House

Scientific Consultants

Dmitri Trenin

Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center

Aleksey Arbatov

Head of the Center for International Security of IMEMO, RAS Full Member, RIAC member

Georgy Mamedov

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation, RIAC member

Sergey Rogov

Scientific Director of the RAS Institute of US and Canada, RAS Full Member

Project Manager

Natalia Viakhireva (Evtikhevich)

PhD in Political Science, RIAC Program Manager

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