relațiile SUA cu Rusia – în mandatul Joe Biden
- Rusia: Dinamici, Tendințe – doc
- Agenda UE-Rusia – doc
Under Putin’s Rules, U.S. Mission in Russia Left With Skeleton Crew – FP, 29.07
So far, Biden hasn’t signaled whether there will be any retaliation. By Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy
- Premieră: SUA și Rusia, declarație comună pe tema provocărilor de mediu – 16.07
- Kerry Heads to Moscow to Press Climate Agenda – FP, 12.07
Kerry faces a Russia dependent on oil and gas exports that is wary of coercion wrapped up as regulation. By Colm Quinn
Was the Biden-Putin Summit a Success? – FP, 25.06
The White House set clear red lines on cyberwar, but don’t expect much progress in the months to come. By Emma Ashford, a senior fellow in the New American Engagement Initiative at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, and Matthew Kroenig, deputy director of the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security at the Atlantic Council
Russia Policy Puts Biden Under Pressure Across Europe – FP, 25.06
Ukraine has the most to gain in Biden’s emerging Russia policy—and the most to lose. By Robbie Gramer, Jack Detsch
Exploring the issues affecting US-Russia relations and the future of diplomacy – PBS, 17.06
- There was a lot at stake and a lot discussed Wednesday during President Joe Biden’s meeting with Russia’s president Vladimir Putin. Nick Schifrin explores the outcome of their summit with Fiona Hill. Hill served as senior director for European and Russian affairs on the National Security Council during the Trump administration, and is the co-author of “Mr. Putin: Operative in the Kremlin.”
- Concluziile summit-ului SUA-Rusia: rivalitate stabilă și predictibilă în continuare – Oktavian Milewski, RFI, 17.06
Five things we learned from the Biden-Putin summit in Geneva – The Guardian, 16.06
Key takeaways from the Biden-Putin summit – DW, 17.06
- US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin have concluded a high-stakes summit in Geneva aimed at cooperation but dominated by deep disagreements.
- The leaders’ first in-person meeting since Biden became president took place at a lakeside villa amid soaring tensions between their two countries.
- As talks ended after less than the five hours either side thought they would need, Biden gave a thumbs up. Members of the US team said the meeting had been “quite successful.”
- After the meeting, the two sides released a joint statement on one of the main topics of discussion, nuclear proliferation. The statement read, “Nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought.”
Key takeaways from tense but ‘constructive’ US-Russia summit – PBS, 17.06
- The summit in Switzerland is over, and President Joe Biden and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin are headed home. As expected, there were no large breakthroughs from talks between the two leaders. Instead, both sides cast the talks as business-like, “positive” but tense. White House Correspondent Yamiche Alcindor reports from Geneva.
Biden holds news conference after meeting with Putin – PBS, 16.06
Putin holds news conference after meeting with Biden – France24, 16.06
- Putin ridică cortina înaintea întâlnirii cu Biden – RFI, 15.06
- Exclusive: Full Interview With Russian President Vladimir Putin – NBC, 15.06
It’s Russia, Stupid (For Now) – FP, 14.05
Biden wants to focus on China. That’s a gift to Putin. By Elise Labott, an adjunct professor at American University’s School of International Service and a columnist at Foreign Policy
What Putin Wants From His Summit With Biden – FP, 14.06
With expectations low in Moscow, the Kremlin is looking for limited deescalation. By Alexander Gabuev, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Moscow Center
What to Expect From the Biden-Putin Summit in Geneva – FP, 12.06
The two leaders have much to discuss. Just don’t hold your breath for a breakthrough. By Amy Mackinnon
The Biden-Putin Summit Can Kickstart a Deal on Syria – FP, 9.06
Only Washington has the carrots and sticks to steer the conflict towards resolution. By Lina Khatib, the director of the Middle East and North Africa program at Chatham House
Prima întâlnire Blinken – Lavrov: Șeful diplomației ruse salută discuțiile „constructive” de la Reykjavik, omologul său american își arată „profunda îngrijorare” privind trupele rusești din Ucraina și starea sănătății lui Aleksei Navalnîi – 20.05
Myths and misconceptions in the debate on Russia – CH, 13.05
China and Russia Turn Deeper Ties into a Military Challenge for Biden – FP, 20.04
“You face a two-front war where we don’t have a two front military,” said one former Trump official. By Jack Detsch, Amy Mackinnon
U.S. Slaps Wide-Ranging Sanctions on Moscow—but Stops Short of Killer Blow – FP, 15.04
The Biden administration takes a novel, broad-brush approach to Russia’s nefarious activity. By Amy Mackinnon
U.S. Sanctions Russia Over Election, SolarWinds – Bloomber, 15.04
- The U.S. is readying sanctions against Russia that could target about a dozen people. Sources say it’s also expected to expel up to 10 officials and diplomats. The move comes as President Joe Biden grapples with alleged election interference and the SolarWinds Hack. Financial penalties will also be levied across Russian entities with bonds tipped as the next sanction target.
In Putinism, Hurting the United States Is All About Payback – FP, 1.04
Russia still hasn’t recovered from its own trauma. By Natalia Antonova
Rising US-Russia tensions after Joe Biden agrees that Putin is a ‘killer’ – DW, 17.03
- Russian President Vladimir Putin will face consequences for interfering in US elections, US President Joe Biden said in an ABC News interview that aired Wednesday. “He will pay a price,” Biden told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, “You’ll see shortly.” The comments came a day after a US Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) report concluded that Putin approved “influence operations aimed at denigrating President Biden’s candidacy and the Democratic Party, supporting former President Trump, undermining public confidence in the electoral process, and exacerbating sociopolitical divisions in the US,” in an effort to swing the 2020 US presidential election.
- Tensions have soared between the US and Russia in recent years over hacking and election interference allegations and Washington’s demands that Russia free jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. In early March, Washington announced fresh sanctions over Navalny, who was immediately imprisoned upon returning to Moscow from Germany, where he had been treated for nerve agent poisoning in what many say was a clear assassination attempt by the Kremlin. The sanctions were added on top of those already imposed on Moscow after its 2014 annexation of Crimea.
Russia recalls US ambassador after Biden threatens sanctions for election-meddling – 17.03
- Russia recalled its ambassador to the United States to Moscow for consultations on the future of US-Russia ties on Wednesday, shortly after President Joe Biden said Vladimir Putin would “pay a price” for alleged election-meddling.
Putin a încercat să îl ajute pe Trump în alegerile prezidențiale din 2020/ Rusia și Iranul au avut operațiuni de influențare a scrutinului din SUA, dar China nu a avut niciun amestec, arată un raport al Serviciilor de Informații – 19.03
Îndiguirea Rusiei lui Putin: opţiunea administraţiei democrate Joe Biden – Iulian Chifu, 1.02
În 2021, miza războiului din umbră dintre Vest şi Rusia va creşte – 45North, 22.01
Viitorul relației Washington-Moscova cu Joe Biden la Casa Albă – Europa Liberă, 20.01
President-elect Joe Biden set to crank up pressure on Russia – DW, 26.12
Once in office, Joe Biden could make life much tougher for Russian President Vladimir Putin. The president-elect, however, also needs to learn from his past mistakes, writes Miodrag Soric.
US-Russia relations: A conversation with Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov – Brookings Institution, 3.12
Biden brings a new US challenge to Putin’s backyard – The Conversation, 11.11
The Future of Transatlantic Policy Towards Russia – CSIS, 9.11
- Join CSIS and the Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding (CPRDU) for a conversation with U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen E. Biegun and Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Przydacz on strengthening the transatlantic relationship amid today’s shifting geostrategic landscape of great power competition and a global pandemic in order to counter the foreign and security policy challenges posed by Russia.
How U.S. Elections Could Impact EU-Russia Relations – The Moscow Times, 2.11
Even a partial restoration of transatlantic unity under a President Biden will be a blow to the Kremlin.
Russia policy after the US election – ECFR, 30.10
Cum va arăta relația SUA- Rusia în funcție de câștigătorul alegerilor – Europa Liberă, 26.10