This edited collection examines the future of United States-Russian relations. Bringing together scholars from the U.S. and Russia, the volume explores the means for enhancing bilateral cooperation between the two countries, identifying potential opportunities and strategies for solving global problems and regional conflicts. A central premise of the work is that global security and ecomic prosperity can be enhanced by American and Russian cooperative engagement and that mutual collaboration is imperative in the post-Cold War era. The contributing experts assess prospects for improving diplomatic, military, ecomic, environmental, and techlogical cooperation between the U.S. and the post-Soviet state.
SHARYL CROSS is Assistant Professor of Political Science at San Jose State University in California. MARINA A. OBOROTOVA is senior fellow at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow and served as Visiting Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.