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Relations between the U.S. and Russia have gotten off to a rocky footing in 2017. With the Obama administration ejecting nearly three dozen Russian officials and imposing sanctions in retaliation for alleged election hacking. Is the new Commander-in-Chief looking for a Russian reset or other ways to retaliate?
- Kimberly Marten Professor at Barnard College, Columbia University; she specializes in international relations and Russia
- Andrei Sitov Washington bureau chief, Itar-Tass news agency of Russia
- Kathrin Hille Moscow bureau chief, Financial Times
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