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FEATURED: Russia and the West: Temporary Stalemate or Irreconcilable Differences (Sept 29)

Russian and the West - Public Symposium

The current US administration hoped to build a new relationship with Russia. Instead, tensions have increased. US intelligence agencies have reported that Russia interfered in the US presidential election. Experts believe Russian influence operations will next target Germany. Russia’s Zapad war games in eastern Europe have further increased suspicions of Russian intentions. ** Where is the relationship between western nations and Russia headed? ** This symposium, organized by the Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies (CASIS), draws on internationally known commentators to examine the current international context, Russian influence operations, Russian domestic politics, Russia’s intervention in Ukraine, Russian military and security services, and US and Canadian foreign policy.

The symposium will interest everyone who takes an active interest in international affairs. ** Friday, 29 September 2017 ** 8:15 AM – 5:00 PM EDT Canadian War Museum

The symposium is open to the public. The full program is available at www.casis-acers.ca . Registration details and costs are on the website, or by clicking here .

Registration includes coffee breaks and lunch. There will be a question period after each presentation, and lots of opportunity to mix with experts and participants.