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May 13, 2013 0 Comments

Evgueni Novikov discusses US-Russia relations on WJLA/News 8 Capital Insider

U.S.-Russia relations and the so-call “reset button”

By George Jackson

Thursday was “Victory Day” in Moscow — the 68th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s triumph in World War II. Once again, President Vladimir Putin took to the world stage.

In the past few weeks, Russia has been key to the Boston Marathon Bombing investigation and negotiations over Syria’s civil war.

Dr. Evgueni Novikov, Senior Fellow, Center for a Secure Free Society and former senior official in the Communist Party, discussed those issues with Capital Insider.

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  • EVGUENI NOVIKOV
    EVGUENI NOVIKOV Dr. Evgueni Novikov is a former senior official in the International Department of the Soviet Union’s Communist Party. Following his defection to the U.S. in 1988, he served on the faculty at the U.S. Naval War College and George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Germany. Dr. Novikov is currently the SFS senior fellow for Russia and Central Asia. Follow him on Twitter: @evgueninovikov
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