Edward Lozansky

American University in Moscow

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Edward Lozansky is the founder and President of American University in Moscow. He is also a professor at the National Research Nuclear University, and the founding president of Russia House, a consulting company which promotes US-Russia cooperation.

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Donald Trump has publicly scorned the CIA for claiming that Russia tried to help him get elected. But the disagreement's much deeper than that.

The US and Russia: Another re-set?

Donald Trump has publicly scorned the CIA for claiming that Russia tried to help him get elected. But the disagreement's much deeper than that.

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At the end of the Cold War, NATO and Russia agreed not to station forces along their shared borders. But times have changed.

In Eastern Europe, Shades of the Cold War

At the end of the Cold War, NATO and Russia agreed not to station forces along their shared borders. But times have changed.

from To the Point

After the fall of the Soviet Union, the NATO alliance became a world police force. Now, Vladimir Putin’s Russia has re-focused attention back to protection of Eastern Europe.

NATO Returns to Its Original Mission: Countering Moscow

After the fall of the Soviet Union, the NATO alliance became a world police force. Now, Vladimir Putin’s Russia has re-focused attention back to protection of Eastern Europe.

from To the Point

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