At two recent congressional hearings, U.S. diplomats, defense and military officials outlined how the Obama administration intends to go about "resetting" the U.S. relationship with Russia. Lawmakers on the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs, and Armed Services committees asked some tough questions about key aspects of the U.S-Russian relationship.
Questions about where the U.S.-Russia relationship is going are many, ranging from arms control, missile defense and nonproliferation and Iran's nuclear program, to cooperation in counter-terrorism and U.S. concerns about human rights and media freedom in Russia.
Among questions: How can the U.S. work with Russia to persuade Iran to end its uranium enrichment program? How to deal with Moscow's concerns about NATO enlargement? How to maintain support for the Republic of Georgia and Ukraine? What about human rights issues and media suppression in Russia?
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