Archivo de la etiqueta: Jackson-Vanik amendment

Vladimir Putin’s Fourth Vector

Photo: FP – “The No-Show”, by Dmitry Trenin Vladimir Putin’s Fourth Vector Changes in Russian Foreign Policy By Dmitry Trenin, Russia in Global Affairs, June 30, 2013 Russia has pursued a multi-vector foreign policy since 2000, when Vladimir Putin began his first term as Russian president. Putin focused on establishing strong  alliance – type relations […]

Repairing U.S.-Russia Relations

Repairing U.S.-Russia Relations Interviewee: Jack F. Matlock, Jr., Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Interviewer: Bernard Gwertzman, Consulting Editor – Council on Foreign Relations April 18, 2013 Diplomatic relations between Washington and Moscow have chilled markedly over the past year, beset most recently by U.S. legislation known as the Magnitsky Act, which imposed sanctions on a list of […]