The Heat: US elections and Russian relations

The Heat

The Heat

Russia has been drawn into the U.S. presidential race numerous times with allegations of email hacking and leaks about the campaigns.

Whether Americans select Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump in the November general election, the next U.S. President and Russian President Vladimir Putin will face numerous issues and conflicts including Ukraine, Syria and ISIL.

For more, CCTV’s Julia Lyubova reports from Moscow.
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Tonight’s panel takes a full look at the U.S. election and the future of Russian diplomatic relations:

  • Ray McGovern, retired analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency
  • Vladimir Golstein, associate professor of Slavic Studies at Brown University
  • James Jatras, a former U.S. diplomat and policy adviser and analyst for the Republican leadership in the U.S. Senate
The Heat: US elections and Russian relations PT 1

The Heat: US elections and Russian relations PT 1

Why is Russia being blamed for trying to influence the outcome of the U.S. elections? For more, CCTV’s Julia Lyubova reports from Moscow. Tonight’s panel takes a full look at the U.S. election and the future of Russian diplomatic relations with Ray McGovern, an analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency, Vladimir Golstein, associate Professor of Slavic Studies at Brown University and James Jatras, a former U.S. diplomat and policy advisor and analyst for the Republican leadership in the U.S. Senate

The Heat: US elections and Russian relations PT 2

The Heat: US elections and Russian relations PT 2

Tonight’s panel takes a full look at the U.S. election and the future of Russian diplomatic relations with Ray McGovern, an analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency, Vladimir Golstein, associate Professor of Slavic Studies at Brown University and James Jatras, a former U.S. diplomat and policy advisor and analyst for the Republican leadership in the U.S. Senate