here and now (2001) 06/18/2001
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The guest of the program is Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov.
The theme of the day is the analysis of the meeting of the Presidents of Russia and the United States in Slovenia.
Excerpt of the program of May 15, 2001: the opinion of Henry Kissinger about the relationship between the American and Russian administrations.
A new stage in the relations between Russia and the United States, the development forecast.
Planned meetings of the two presidents in Genoa and Shanghai on issues of strategic stability and development of trade and economic cooperation.
Problems of European security in connection with the Balkan crisis.
Prospects for further joint space exploration.
PersonnelIvanov IS - Russian state and political figure, Honored Worker of the Diplomatic Service of the Russian Federation, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (1998-2004), Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of MGIMO, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Kissinger G.A. - American statesman, diplomat, expert in international relations, national security adviser (1969-1975), US Secretary of State (1973-1977), Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (1973), and Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (2016).
Foreign policy; International cooperation Policy; Space