U.S.-Russian Relations Beyond START

 What’s Next, What’s Possible, and What’s Necessary

An IFPA-DTRA-EUCOM Workshop
March 7, 2011
9AM – Noon
The Pentagon Library and Conference Center, Room M-3

The read-ahead material below is designed to provide background information for participants in the IFPA/DTRA/EUCOM workshop on March 7, 2011. All of the information contained in these briefing materials is UNCLASSIFIED.

U.S.-Russia Relations

  1. Flamini, Roland.  “Dealing With the ‘New’ Russia.”  CQ Researcher 18, no. 21 (June 2008): 481-504.
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  2. Davis, Jacquelyn and Charles Perry.  U.S.-Russian Relations: The Future of Arms Control, Non-Proliferation, and Deterrence Planning (Cambridge, MA: IFPA, 2009).
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  3. Kuchins, Andrew, Amy Beavin, and Anna Bryndza.  “Russia’s 2020 Strategic Economic Goals and the Role of International Integration.”  Center for Strategic and International Studies, July 2008.
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  4. Rojanksy, Matthew and James F. Collins.  “A Reset for the U.S.-Russia Values Gap.”  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, November 2010.
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  5. Rumer, Eugene.  “Russian Foreign Policy Beyond Putin.” Adelphi Paper (International Institute for Strategic Studies) 47, no. 390.
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U.S.-Russia-NATO Cooperation

  1. De Wijk, Rob.  “The Challenge: NATO in the Realm of New Geopolitical Realities.”  Atlantic Council of the United States, February 2010.
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  2. Huterer, Manfred. "The Russia Factor in Transatlantic Relations and New Opportunities for U.S.-EU-Russia Cooperation." Brookings Institution, May 2010.
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  3. Lavrov, Sergey.  Speech at the 47th Munich Security Conference.
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  4. Rasmussen, Anders Fogh.  Speech at the 47th Munich Security Conference.
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  5. Trenin, Dmitri.  “NATO and Russia: Partnership or Peril?” Current History (October 2009): 299-303.
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Arms Control and Nonproliferation

  1. Podvig,  Pavel.  “START-Up: The New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.” Jane’s Intelligence Review, May 11, 2010.
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  2. Rybachenkov, Vladimir I.  “On Prospects of the U.S.-Russian Disarmament Dialogue.”  Center for Arms Control, Energy, and Environmental Studies, December 2, 2010.
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  3. Spring, Baker. "New START: Critical Limits on U.S. Missile Defense Options Persist." The Heritage Foundation, November 10, 2010.
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  4. Zenko, Micah.  “Toward Deeper Reductions in U.S. and Russian Nuclear Weapons.”  Council on Foreign Relations, November 2010.
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