Great Decisions 2022: Russia and the United States with Norma Noonan

This program was originally recorded on April 29, 2022.

Russia and the United States have many areas of conflict and some possible areas of mutual interest. Arms control, Russian interference in U.S. elections and support of cyberattacks, the status of Ukraine, the fate of opposition politicians in Russia, all continue to be concerning. Norma Noonan will investigate how the new administration in Washington is approaching these issues.

Norma Noonan, Ph.D. is Professor Emerita of Political Science and Leadership Studies at Augsburg College. She is an expert in comparative and international politics and leadership studies, with special interest in Russia among other topics.

Join us as we partner again with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute of the University of Minnesota, Global Minnesota and the Foreign Policy Association for an online version of our annual Great Decisions series on the most critical issues facing America each year. Study the issues and then join the discussions led by expert speakers. Ten copies of the Briefing Book for this series are available for checkout at the Ramsey County Library, through the generosity of Global Minnesota.

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March 4--Global Supply Chains and National Security  with Todd Lefko

April 8—Outer Space  with Todd Leftko

April 15---Climate Change with Richard Leitch

April 22—President Biden’s Agenda with Andrew Latham

April 29—Russia and the United States with Norma Noonan

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