Steve Pifer, Director of the Brookings Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiative, notes that little has changed in the US-Russia relationship after six months of the Trump presidency, and provides practical steps to implement Tilllerson’s “three-part strategy.”
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Steven Pifer, Director of the Brookings Arms Control Initiative, looks at prospects for peace in the Donbas and discusses Russia’s attitude towards the current limited implementation of the Minsk II agreement.
Steven Pifer, the former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, argues that sanctions may still bring the Russians to the negotiating table as the Russian economy starts to feel the pain.
In a new op-ed Wolfgang Ischinger, Steven Pifer, and Andrei Zagorski argue that pre-existing arms controls have helped prevent the Ukraine crisis from degenerating from bad to worse.
Steve Pifer explains how Russia, the EU and US view Ukraine and how their ability to influence events within Ukraine may be rather limited.
Steve Pifer looks at recent developments in US-Russian arms control and assesses the near-term prospects for progress in this area of the US-Russia relationship.