National Security Archive: The First Months of U.S. Relations with the New Russia, 1992

Russian President Proposed Far-Reaching Nuclear Reductions, Bush Not So Sure

U.S. ambassador on Yeltsin: Russians "want a tsar with a common touch”

Russian leaders sensitive to Ukrainian concerns but saw Ukraine as the "main destabilizing factor"

By Svetlana Savranskaya and Tom Blanton

CENFAD Lecture Series: Joseph "Joe" Weisberg, "Russia Upside Down: An Exit Strategy for the Second Cold War"

The Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy (CENFAD) at Temple University is proud to present a lecture and question-and-answer session with Joseph "Joe" Weisberg, a US intelligence veteran, novelist, teacher, television screenwriter-producer, and creator and co-showrunner for FX Networks's critically-acclaimed and Emmy-winning drama series The Americans (2013-18).

The Washington/Camp David Summit 30 Years Ago

The Washington/Camp David Summit 30 Years Ago

Washington, D.C., 2 June 2020 – The Washington/Camp David summit 30 years ago today brought Presidents George H.W. Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev together for three days of intense discussions of the future of Europe, the unification of Germany that would happen later that year 1990, the economic crisis facing the Soviet Union, and the tense stand-off between Moscow and the independence-minded Baltic republics, according to declassified Soviet and American documents published today by the National Security Archive.

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