U.S.-Russia Relations Course

The course Contemporary Issues in U.S.-Russian Relations is co-taught via video-link by Professors Chris Miller of The Fletcher School and Igor Istomin of The Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University) of the Russian Federation Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The course explores a multitude of contemporary issues in U.S.-Russia relations. They include perspectives on global order, nuclear and military stability, normative agendas, the Euro-Atlantic order and conventional security, conflicts in the post-Soviet space, instability in the Middle East and Afghanistan, the rise of Asia, the rules of the global economic game, cyber and information threats, and the regulation of the global commons.

This course was taught in Fall 2017,  Fall 2018, and Spring 2020. It will be taught again in Spring 2021.