Highlights

Katrina vanden Heuvel: Why is there such a marked absence of debate in American politics & society about the U.S./Russia relationship?

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12:32

Richard Sakwa: Ukraine crisis was a symptom, not a cause. Russia wasn't given the opportunity to join Greater West as an equal member

23:32
30:07

Stephen F. Cohen: "I think we're drifting toward nuclear war with Russia in a way that we haven't since the Cuban missile crisis."

47:23
53:51

Susan Eisenhower on why it's in the best interests of the U.S. and the EU for Russia to experience economic stability

64:18
68:08

How a new president might rework the U.S./Russia relationship - could Trump have the answer?

75:58
81:05

"We're dancing on the edge of the volcano" - why it's imperative for the U.S. to accept global shifts in economic power

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89:21

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  • Quest

    Damned, I have a doctors appointment at 11:00 PST. Please Post it on youtube so I can catch this eloquent and superb panel.

    • Kathleen Toohill

      Absolutely! The full roundtable will be available right here this afternoon.

      • Quest

        Thank you!

  • rayfin3

    Kakaya Gadost’! Suggest these esteemed panelists spend a month watching the major Russian media and perhaps a visit to the Russian Duma, Ministry of Defense and FSB HQs. You are all imagining a Russian leadership that no longer exists. Perhaps for your next panel discussion you should consider inviting Ramzan Kadyrov, Dmitry Kiselyev and Alexander Prokhanov to help augment your Washington-bashing.