Can the Reykjavik Meeting Really Improve U.S.-Russia Ties?

May 20, 2021

Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev draws parallels to previous meetings between the United States & Russia ahead of the May 2021 Biden and Putin meeting in Reykjavik. Are the two leaders prepared to bargain? "It should be possible to find a way to contain and mitigate the contradictions between the two countries’ approach to international affairs," he says in this article for The National Interest.

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