The Biden administration inherited the US-Russian relationship at its worst since the end of the Cold War and possibly earlier. The Biden-Putin meeting in Geneva in June 2021 was an important step toward arresting its decline, but it was clearly not enough to put the relationship on a more positive trajectory.
With a crowded and challenging domestic agenda, and China at the top of the foreign policy agenda, how much progress can the Biden administration achieve toward a more stable and predictable relationship with Russia?
Eugene Rumer, Senior Fellow and Director, Russia and Eurasia Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Moderator: Dr Leslie Vinjamuri, Director, US and the Americas Programme, Chatham House