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A few news sources are reporting that Hillary Clinton will visit Russia soon after the US Senate confirms her Secretary of State nomination. The Georgian Daily Times, quoting Itar-Tass, reports that David Siefkin, the Press Attache at the U.S. Embassy … Continue reading
After braving the fu#$ing cold DC weather to watch President Obama’s inauguration, here are some choice passages from Obama’s speech that have possible Russia implications: “With old friends and former foes, we will work tirelessly to lessen the nuclear threat…” … Continue reading
For those of you who haven’t been to President-elect Obama’s transition website yet, it includes a feature that allows ordinary citizens – or at least those with internet access – to submit their ideas on any policy issue. I’m curious … Continue reading
On Fareed Zakaria’s GPS this Sunday, the show led with a debate between two Russia experts – Prof. Stephen Cohen of NYU and Amb. Nicholas Burns of Harvard. Here is their exchange: