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Prospects of the Russian - US Relations and their Impact on Global Security

Amb. Sergey Kislyak

First, I would like to thank you and the Trialogue Club International, for inviting me to speak to this distinguished group. I was asked to share my views on the current state of Russian-American relations, and maybe to answer questions that you might have on this issue. However, I am afraid that a lot of things that are happening, or not happening, in Russian-American relations are extensively covered by the press, a lot of pundits spending their lifetime discussing and putting the assessments to where we are.

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