General distrust? Ft. Evgeny Buzhinsky, Executive Board Chairman, PIR Center
The US-Russian relationship is characterized by a general sense of distrust. And though the recent lull in the fighting in Ukraine has offered hope of a lasting settlement, the prospect of a thaw in relations between the former Cold War rivals remains elusive. How is each side's military posturing in Ukraine and Syria playing into these tensions, and can the rules of the game be reestablished in the post-Cold War order? Oksana is joined by Evgeny Buzhinsky, the Chairman of the Executive Board at PIR Center, to analyze these issues.