The cooling of relations between Russia and the West has been arguably the most important geopolitical event of 2014 for Europe. What started as Ukraine’s decision not to sign a political partnership accord with the EU led to Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the West’s imposition of sanctions on Moscow, and a relentless push toward violence in eastern Ukraine. As this turbulent year draws to a close, what are the prospects for Western-Russian ties in 2015? What steps could and should the two sides take to put their relationship back on track?
To address the future of Western-Russian relations, Carnegie Europe hosted a debate featuring Gwendolyn Sasse, nonresident associate at Carnegie Europe, and Dmitri Trenin, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center. Jan Techau, director of Carnegie Europe, moderated.
Gwendolyn Sasse is a nonresident associate at Carnegie Europe.
Jan Techau is the director of Carnegie Europe.
Dmitri Trenin is the director of the Carnegie Moscow Center.
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