Today, the Biden administration unveiled a package of new measures against Russia for its actions targeting the United States. President Joe Biden will likely meet President Vladimir Putin at a summit later this year. Join CEPA for this discussion assessing the recent policy actions, what this approach tells of about the future of US-Russia relations, and how the Kremlin might respond.

Speakers:David J. Kramer, Senior Fellow, Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs, Florida International University

Daniel Fried, Weiser Family Distinguished Fellow, Atlantic Council

Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Senior Fellow and Director, Transatlantic Security Program, Center for a New American Security

Moderated by:Alina Polyakova, President and CEO, Center for European Policy Analysis


Photo: Russian and U.S. state flags fly near a factory in Vsevolozhsk, Leningrad Region, Russia March 27, 2019. Credit: REUTERS/Anton Vaganov/File PhotoPhoto: Russian and U.S. state flags fly near a factory in Vsevolozhsk, Leningrad Region, Russia March 27, 2019. Credit: REUTERS/Anton Vaganov/File Photo

U.S. Sanctions on Russia: Spies Expelled, Debt Financing Targeted

The U.S. has issued a range of new sanctions against Russia, with the threat of more to come. CEPA's experts share their takeaways from the Biden Administration's latest actions on Russia.

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