Donald Trump arrives in the White House with U.S.-Russia relations at the lowest point since the Cold War. Disagreements over Ukraine, Syria, and the future of European security, not to mention the recent cessation of nuclear cooperation agreements and Russia’s involvement in the 2016 presidential election, have pushed ties to the brink of open conflict. Should the Trump administration maintain the current policy of isolation and pressure through sanctions, attempt a new reset on new terms, or try something different altogether?
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Source: Center on Global Interests