What’s ahead for the Russia-U.S. relationship after the Putin-Biden summit?

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    The Putin-Biden summit, one of the most highly anticipated political events of the year, drew to a close earlier than scheduled on June 16 in Geneva. Convened at a time when Russia-U.S. relations have been at rock bottom, it was the first meeting between the two leaders since Biden took office in January. What did they discuss? What is the future of Russia-U.S. ties, and how will that relationship affect the global situation?

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