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Debriefing the Helsinki Summit

  • July 22, 2018
  • 6:00 PM
  • July 31, 2018
  • 11:30 PM
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This electronic program from the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute is provided to you as part of our effort to make access to expert analysis of international issues available to World Affairs Council Inland Southern California members while we are on a summer hiatus.

The Trump-Putin Summit:
Where Does the U.S.-Russia Relationship Go from Here?
Ground Truth Briefing

On July 16, President Trump met with President Putin in Helsinki. Coming in the wake of a turbulent NATO meeting and amid high stakes, the summit has garnered intense focus. There are deep divisions on key issues between the U.S. and Russia, including election interference, the wars in Ukraine and Syria, and arms control. Were agreements reached or was the summit short on substance?

In this Ground Truth Briefing, veteran observers and practitioners of U.S.-Russia policy offered a post-summit assessment and analysis.

William E. Pomeranz, Deputy Director of the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute
Jill Doughtery - Global Fellow, Former CNN Foreign Affairs Correspondent
Jeffrey Edmonds - Global Fellow, Research Scientist, Center for Naval Analyses
Matthew Rojansky - Director Kennan Institute

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