Symposium Examines U.S.-Russia Relations
KENNESAW, Ga. (Mar 16, 2017) — A keynote talk on Russia's foreign policy by Andrei P. Tsygankov of San Francisco State University topped the agenda on the first of a two-day international symposium on U.S.-Russia Relations in a Global Context. Kennesaw State is patrnering with Georgia Tech and the Atlanta Council on International Relations to present the symposium, which continues Friday at Georgia Tech. Click http://dga.kennesaw.edu/yearof/russia/docs/symposium_schedule.pdf to see full agenda.
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