Andrei Korobkov, a professor of Political Science at Middle Tennessee State University, assess the odds of U.S.-Russia cooperation on Syria and Ukraine after the 70th anniversary UN General Assembly.

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The Syria crisis and the ISIS threat are now being used by Moscow as assets to highlight its important role in dealing with global challenges, argues Andrei Korobkov, a professor of Political Science at Middle Tennessee State University. In this video interview, he weights the chances of Moscow-Washington cooperation over Syria and Ukraine after the negotiations on the sidelines of the 70th UN General Assembly. 

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