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Suggestions on Russia-U.S. Cooperation in Cybersecurity

RIAC and EWI Policy Brief The current state of Russia–U.S. relations is marked by a high level of distrust. Tensions have been escalating for three years, both countries have imposed economic sanctions, disseminated propaganda, and exchanged accusations. The situation is unpredictable, the escalation may continue and destabilize the whole international system. The deterioration has touched all issues of Russia–U.S. relations, including cybersecurity. Cooperation on cybersecurity is a relatively new problem, and probably has never been among the most prioritized, along with many other issues, including terrorism, Ukraine, Syria, economic sanctions, and many others. While Russia and the ...


A Roadmap for U.S.-Russia Relations

... relationship and buffer against conflict in the future. The analyses that follow examine prospects for Russia-U.S. cooperation in several crucial regions and fields: economics, energy, the Arctic, Euro-Atlantic security, the Middle East, strategic stability, cybersecurity, and countering terrorism and extremism. They offer concrete, actionable recommendations in each area. Economic Relations U.S.-Russia economic cooperation has a long history, although it remains moderate relative to each country’s trade ...


Missile defense cooperation between Moscow and Washington is highly unlikely at the current state of bilateral relations

...,” Ryabkov added. The Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty was signed by the United States and the Soviet Union in 1972 but in 2001 then-US President George Bush decided to withdraw from the agreement. Russia Proposes Consultations With Washington on Cybersecurity Moscow has proposed to hold joint expert consultations with Washington on cybersecurity issues, Ryabkov added. "We have proposed to hold business-like expert consultations with participation of all interested sides to clarify this worrisome ...


President Trump and US Policy Challenges

... the U.S.A. finding compromise on fighting IS are real. Searching for Cyberguilty Pavel Sharikov , Director of the Applied Research Center, RAS Institute for U.S. and Canadian Studies, RIAC expert Russia and the U.S.A. have to reach common ground on cybersecurity issues and put it in writing. The process is getting yet more difficult with Russia being accused of committing cyberattacks. It is impossible to prove that Russia’s authorities are behind the attacks. It would be logical for Russia ...


RIAC and EastWest Institute Hold a Seminar “Russia-US Cooperation to Combat Cybercrime and Protect Critical Infrastructure”

On October 11, 2016 the Russian International Affairs Council in cooperation with the EastWest Institute and with support from Microsoft held an international seminar “Russia-US Cooperation to Combat Cybercrime and Protect Critical Infrastructure.” The experts’ discussion at the seminar focused on the issues of cooperation to combat cybercrime and cyber terrorism, protection of critical infrastructure, cyber attacks attribution, as well as ability of business community and government...


“The Hacked World Order” – How Messed Up are We?

... constitute the pillars and sore points of what he calls the “hacked world order.” This book – though not perfect in all aspects – is a solid beginning of what should become an international academic practice – defining cybersecurity and bringing together experiences and young professionals in this ever growing and changing part of the international relations (IR). In view of recent upheaval in cyber attacks and transnational hacks of companies, banks, organizations,...


War Games Redux? Cyberthreats, US–Russian Strategic Stability, and New Challenges for Nuclear Security and Arms Control

... nuclear command and control facilities, compromise early warning or firing systems, or even cause the launch of a nuclear weapon has become disturbingly real. While this challenge will impact all nuclear-armed states, it appears particularly acute for the USA and Russia given their large, diverse, and highly alerted nuclear forces. The fact that east–west relations have deteriorated to a nadir perhaps not seen since the 1980s, strategic instability has increased – particularly in the wake of ...


RIAC and EWI hold an international seminar “Russia-US Cyber Cooperation – Building New Relations”

... universities (Moscow State University, MGIMO-University, Georgia Institute of Technology), NGOs (PIR Center, Russian Institute for Public Networks, Russian Association for Electronic Communications) and business community (ICANN, Microsoft, Group-IB, Rusatom Overseas, Silicon Valley Data Science). RIAC was represented by its Director General Andrey Kortunov; Director of Legal and Corporate Affairs at Microsoft Russia, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation, RIAC member ...


The Web Data War Is On

Apple, the world’s largest company by market capitalization and a pioneer of cutting-edge technology that we use every day, is in one corner. The United States, the world’s most powerful nation and the birthplace of the information society, which is also a society of total surveillance than envelops us all, is in the other. They have locked horns in a conflict that is set to have both global and local implications. The tug-of-war between Apple and the US government (personified by the...


Cyber Tuesday: Waiting for Virtual Revelation?

... legislating the cybersecurity dimension and establishment of an anti-hacking mechanism. Quite innovative appears to have been his proposal to invite immigrants for training in the information security professions and give them a chance to stay in the USA, thus filling the nation's demand for cybersecurity experts. Jeb became visible during his short-lived run for linking cybersecurity and national security with a detailed examination of all domestic and external aspects. Notably, the United States is frequently accused of monopolizing the ...


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    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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