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Carnegie Corporation launched a new multimedia educational Internet project that presents a deep dive into the development of Russia-US relations from 1991 to the present “U.S.-Russia Relations: Quest for Stability”.

Carnegie Corporation launched a new multimedia educational Internet project that presents a deep dive into the development of Russia-US relations from 1991 to the present “U.S.-Russia Relations: Quest for Stability”.

The project is divided into several thematic tracks that form a single history of bilateral relations:

— geopolitics,

— armament and cyber security,

— energy and economy,

— myths and identity.

The experts commenting on various aspects and key events in the joint history include key diplomats, leading scientists, and journalists from Russia and the USA.

The Russian side is represented by Igor Ivanov, RIAC President, RIAC members: Andrey Kortunov, Alexander Dynkin, Anton Khlopkov, Konstantin Kosachev, Fyodor Lukyanov, Dmitry Trenin, Fyodor Voytolovsky, Sergey Karaganov, Inga Yumasheva, and RIAC experts: Vladimir Orlov, Elena Chernenko, Viktoria Zhuravleva, Victoria Ivanchenko, Anastasia Likhacheva, Andrey Sushentsov, Dmitry Suslov, Mikhail Troitsky, as well as Mikhail Gorbachev, leader of the Soviet Union, Vladimir Pozner and Ivan Urgant, television journalists.

Project website: https://usrussiarelations.org/

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