[NEW RESOURCE: U.S.-Russia Relations: Quest for Stability:] “Whiskey and Vodka: Distilling U.S.-Russia Relations” – Deana Arsenian/ Carnegie Corporation of New York International Peace and Security News

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(Carnegie Corporation of New York International Peace and Security News – Deana Arsenian – June 19, 2019)

Subject: Whiskey and Vodka: Distilling U.S.-Russia Relations
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2019
From: Deana Arsenian <communications@carnegie.org>

Carnegie Corporation of New York International Peace and Security NEWS

The stakes between the U.S. and Russia are greater than at any point since the Cold War. Cyber disruptions. Military encounters. Geopolitical instability. Economic sanctions. Even the risk of nuclear annihilation. How did we get here?

File Photo of U.S. Embassy Moscow, with Russian Foreign Ministry Building in DistanceU.S.-Russia Relations: Quest for Stability:

https://usrussiarelations.org/1/introduction

Dear friends of Carnegie Corporation of New York,

Reports about Russian interference and leadership politics continue to flood U.S. news and social media channels, inundating the public with a limited perspective on what’s at stake in this critical bilateral relationship.

Undoubtedly, these are important matters, but it’s high time that we unpack the fundamental issues (adversarial and cooperative alike) and historical underpinnings that define U.S.-Russia relations. Global stability depends on it.

Carnegie Corporation of New York is proud to present U.S.-Russia Relations: Quest for Stability, the definitive guide to U.S.-Russia relations today. This interactive multimedia tool, developed in partnership with design studio MediaStorm and producer Mike Moran, harnesses the Corporation’s unparalleled access to issue-area expertise, offering contemporary insight and analysis, historical context, and a framework for moving toward greater geopolitical stability.

We invite you to explore the site, share it with your colleagues, and join us in bringing greater understanding to the public at a time when engagement and diplomacy are critically needed.

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File Photo of Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Others at Table at Helsinki Summit, adapted from image at whitehouse.gov, adapted by Steven C. Welsh, www.stevencwelsh.info and www.stevencwelsh.com