What Happened at the Biden-Putin Summit? Not Much.
The two discussed Afghanistan, cyberattacks, and more.
On June 16, President Biden and Russia’s Vladimir Putin met for a high-profile sit down in Geneva, Switzerland.
What did the summit accomplish? Not much. But that wasn’t its purpose. The Biden administration saw this as an opportunity to open up what it calls a “strategic stability dialogue.” The firs…
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