U.S.-Russia Academies of Sciences Security Dialogue
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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Objective: A positive U.S.-Russia relationship is important for world peace and security; however, the current relationship is broken. It is deteriorating over issues such as Ukraine, INF treaty violations, and disagreements over conflicts in the Middle East. The NAS Committee on International Security and Arms Control (CISAC) maintains a scientific-technical dialogue with the Russian Academy of Sciences to promote better understanding of each other’s plans and actions and seek opportunities for cooperation. This project will develop new concepts for promoting constructive engagement. In addition, the dialogue functions as a mechanism for building ties between U.S. and Russian technical specialists on nuclear, dual-use science, and strategic stability issues.
Performer: National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Project Lead: Rita Guenther Project Cost: $250,000 FY15-16
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