Colin P. Clarke’s RAND Blog: U.S-Russia Are Not Viable CT Partners
ICCT Associate Fellow, Colin P. Clarke, has a new blog post on the US-Russia CT relationship. Clarke’s piece, ‘Russia is Not a Viable Counter-Terrorism Partner for the United States’, points to the obstacles for US-Russian cooperation and argues that they are incompatible as partners in countering terrorism.
Dr. Clarke’s op-ed was originally published as part of a debate series from Russia Matters, a project established by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Centre for Science and International Affairs.
Read the full blog post here