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Citizens Talk about the Russia-U.S. Relationship

  • Harold H. Saunders
  • Philip D. Stewartl

Abstract

We move now to one of the major international relationships the United States must learn to conduct more effectively as the Citizens’ Century unfolds. In this study, we have the unique opportunity to look at the dynamics of the Russian-U.S. relationship through the eyes of citizens of each country deliberating among themselves on the relationship and their perception of the other country. The next challenge will be how to engage policymakers with citizens’views.

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Russian Society Military Power Russian Culture Russian People American Film 
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Chapter Nine Citizens Talk about the Russia-U.S. Relationship

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    For the story of the Dartmouth Conference, please see James Voorhees, Dialogue Sustained: The Multilevel Peace Process and the Dartmouth Conference (Washington, DC:The United States Institute of Peace Press and the Kettering Foundation, 2002).Google Scholar

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© Harold H. Saunders 2005

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  • Harold H. Saunders
  • Philip D. Stewartl

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