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SIPA's Sestanovich Sees Sept. 11 as Opportunity to Foster Stability in U.S.-Russia Relations

SIPA Professor Stephen Sestanovich, a former ambassador at large, describes how the September attacks create opportunities for stable relationships between the U.S. and Russia at a roundtable sponsored by SIPA and the Harriman Institute. Other panelists included SIPA Dean Lisa Anderson and Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow Radha Kumar.

Lisa Anderson

Lisa Anderson discusses how the selection of the World Trade Center was deliberate and how it reflected the dark side of globalization.

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Radha Kumar

Radha Kumar explains why Pakistan is the most critical ally to the United States in the first phase of the war on terrorism.

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Stephen Sestanovich

Stephen Sestanovich elaborates on the opportunities for stable relations between the United States and Russia as a result of September 11, and how the current war is affected by prior non-settlements or failed wars such as the war in Afghanistan during the 1980's.

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Published: Oct 26, 2001
Last modified:Sep 18, 2002