The Heat: US-Russia ties

The Heat

US-Russia relations in limbo What is the future of US-Russia relations?

From Syria to Crimea and Ukraine relations between the United States and Russia hit a post-Cold War low during the Obama administration. But that could change.

U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin have made clear they would welcome a rapprochement.  In a much anticipated hour-long phone call, the two leaders spoke over the weekend, with a Russian spokesman saying a follow-up meeting is in the planning stages.

On tonight’s show, the panel takes a look at the future of U.S. and Russian relations under the Trump administration:

  • Brian Becker, an author and commentator, he also serves as Executive Director of the Answer Coalition.
  • Nikolay Pakhomov, a global political consultant and analyst.  
  • Anton Fedyashin, a professor of Russian and European history at American University.

The Heat: US-Russia ties Pt 1

The Heat: US-Russia ties Pt 1

From Syria to Crimea and Ukraine relations between the United States and Russia hit a post-Cold War low during the Obama administration. But that could change. On tonight’s show, the panel takes a look at the future of U.S. and Russian relations under the Trump administration: Brian Becker, an author and commentator, he also serves as Executive Director of the Answer Coalition. Nikolay Pakhomov, a global political consultant and analyst. Anton Fedyashin, a professor of Russian and European history at American University.
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The Heat: US-Russia ties Pt 2

The Heat: US-Russia ties Pt 2

From Syria to Crimea and Ukraine relations between the United States and Russia hit a post-Cold War low during the Obama administration. But that could change. On tonight’s show, the panel takes a look at the future of U.S. and Russian relations under the Trump administration: Brian Becker, an author and commentator, he also serves as Executive Director of the Answer Coalition. Nikolay Pakhomov, a global political consultant and analyst. Anton Fedyashin, a professor of Russian and European history at American University.
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