Thoughts from the inaugural New York Russia Public Policy Seminar

On March 9th, 2017, the Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia at NYU and the Harriman Institute at Columbia University held the inaugural event of the New York Russia Public Policy Seminar, “The Reset Trap? Reconfiguring U.S.-Russia Relations in a Time of International Uncertainty.” Panelists included Stephen Kotkin (Princeton University), Daniel Nexon (Georgetown University) and Yuval Weber (National Research University — Higher School of Economics and Harvard Davis Center).

In response to the discussion, Daniel Nexon shared the following thoughts on Twitter:

The New York Russia Public Policy Seminar seeks to bring innovative and impactful scholarship and analysis to bear on key trends and related policy questions and to create an informed network for open dialogue and debate.The joint initiative, supported by the Carnegie Cooperation of New York, establishes a regular forum for academics and professionals in New York city to engage with pressing issues informing U.S.-Russia relations. Join us on April 27th at 5:00 PM for the next event in the series, hosted by NYU.