here and now (2001) 05/15/2001
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The prerequisite for the conversation is the upcoming meeting between the presidents of Russia and the United States, Vladimir Putin and George W. Bush.
Henry Kissinger expresses his opinion on the attitude of the US President Bush Administration towards Russia and what role Russia takes in the world, from the point of view of the American community.
The former Secretary of State expresses hope for the improvement of US-Russian relations.
The issue of possible cooperation between the two states on the decision to deploy the US ABM, as well as the interaction of Russia and the NATO military alliance, is being raised.
PersonnelKissinger Henry - US Secretary of State (1973-77)